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From tirahn 11 'i Nf ; iiue
VrME DAUGHTER OF COLUMBIA
Wfl boast no line of biah decent,
From grandjine.or from sire,
Columbia's daughters are content,
itlioul sur.h vain sttue.
Nj dur.id crowns our lather' knew,
No baron's, arms they bore.
Thesa vanished when iho Mayflower drew
Her prow on Plyniuxih bliore.
We hmt a hi "her lineage
'I'lmn roy al blood can rlaini;
Our fathers dwell on Mommy' page
In an ctcruul uaii.e.
'Tis ariiicn with ar. iron pen
0: marble tablets fair,
That they were Naturu's noblemen,
And we their offspring are.
C;-ll up the shades of ancient dames
'The hi ides of heroes slain,
Who fed and nourished Freedom's flames
Uiion the battle plain;
la struggling for the masleiy
Wish dames of other days.
Columbia's daughters, blithe and free,
Shall win the palm of praise.
Search through Briuannia's sea-girt isle,
And by llalia's streams;
Search through the land, where fairies inil
And search the laud of dreams:
No maidens robed in glittering gold,
In princely circles move,
Who can, if simple truth be told,
Excid us when ! love!
Life is like a summer's day,
As swept ana brief,
Quickly doth it pass away,
I.iLo autumn's leaf.
Merrily the hours fly,
In youth's bright inorn:
The ri c-bud blossom but to die,
Aim! leave the thorn!
Manhood comes upon ua fust,
And childnood dies;
The rosy Tints of youth arc jait,
And so tune flier.
Moving onwards still toward. death,
He cnwl along
Tim signal given, and our breath
Is quickly gone.
V'e die the body turn to dust
Thus ends the strife;
fdic spirit iningleth with the just
lu endless life.
p-j 79 Y virtue of a vend. ex. to me directed, will
lt rxjiuscti 10 punnc t ale at tun House 01 .la.
cnli JJyer, in Cattawissa, iiji
Sutvrduylhe 2Gfi tail of September IS 10
The (nidi viilcd onu half of two lots l
ground situated in Cattawissa tovnnliip, Coltimbi::
rounly, mniked in the general plin of said tnwn
ns numbers fifly-:-i Slid fifty-seven, and 'in pos
session of Jacob Croigh ami Jonathan Knrshncr
adjoining h.t of 'etcr WmecA and fronting un
Main-street of said town, whereon is creeled n
frame. house and stable and stone blacksmith shop.
fcizcd taken in execution and to be sold a. the
properly of Francis ,Mo(irath.
fj JlV virtue of awiil of fiera facias, at (he sum
jX) '''"'' "!"' p'ace, the following properly, viz:
ut 1 o'clock, P. M.the following properly, -z
Ail the defendants interest in three lots n
ironed situate in llic town of L'utlawissa, Culinn
l 1 ecuiity, the fust bounded liy the SuvpjelmiMi
river, ad lot of Willinm McKelvy arid (he ('ytls
v ': a l!ride (,'ompaiiy, and fronting on Watei
ri'iect i'i r iuI 1 i','n 'I'he other two lot fronting on
jl.ii'i -irect i,f lid town, liouidud on the east by
oihir lot 0I11 liiidaiit, on the neilli hy lot of Jo
Li ph i 1 1 lm r.-t, and on the west liy Vater street.
v : r 1 1 1 is err i1 n larire two story
fcLi r Frame stable.
.vili Oie .i,.Miiii'iianees.
.Si ;. I a-id t ik'-n in exeiutioii ::s the property
oUk'A: W'al. rs.
JV virtue ol'a writ of ml. ex. lo me direelni
J 2? n ill 1 c e.i"M'd to I'lihlie suh; 11! ilie (,'our.
l.oiii-, in l.i':vi!e, 1,11 Mnnilay I he "Mill il.iy 0.
.-1 pi. inlier iu.-t . at 10 u'l.loi k, A. M., the followim
j.iiM.i r!y. lowil
A certain nno half lot of fjioond Mtuati
in .Norili L inviMc, f'oUinhia county, coutainini;
Iwriiiy l iiir ."...1! 1 oe half fi et in front, and a! ;ul
IUI) f . t m I. i.:,''!i, ai'ijoiiiiin; Chuich utreet on thr
iM, ioi o. 1 hy John Miller on the north, an
.il!i-y 0,1 t!-.f t.r l loul I.'olii-rt Vuung on ihesuinh
wheruu I - er .1 Li .1 a small
ard c.ii:r:wrrt , wfih theappurte-'
linn ' j
:-i7j taker. f "'e.urin, anil 1c lie yob! .is tin
tl.o jir.'K-.:y ol'JaU'es SboM'.e,:..,.,
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WUL.KKAS, bv an act of the funeral
Wembly of the Commonwealth of Pcnn -
ylvanu entitled, 'An ad relating lo elcc
tions of this Com 'ncnwealifi, pissea tiif Zit
lay of July A. I ISo1!),' Hi made (lie tin-
y of the Sheriff of every county to give
iublic notice of such election to be holdcn,
nd mike known, in such notice what offi
nvrs are to be elected: Therefore
1, 1S:A3I DHKIl
High Sheriff of the county of Columbia, .
make known, bv this advertisement, to the
pi-.,.m , ..ri-'..i.m.i..... ih.ii
liiri.liiin in nun, i iriiu., m .. i n. ... .. , ..
CSKXKIUL KLKCTION will be held ii.
the said eoiiiuv on
7 iifulot flit I'Mh (In; of Oilo'ici nrrt.
t the several JitliM ts thoreof, us follows lo
It Ut Kit tuwin!iii, at the housi of Charles
Diicbli r, Ulooniibnrg.
Hriarcreek township, at the town-house
Keaver st the house of Adam Michael.
Callawissa tnwnxhip, at tlio Ii-iiisb 1,'
Stacy Marjorein, in the towiidhipol Catta
wis?a. Centre township, at tlie house of John
Derry township, at the huusn of Jacob
Seidel, in said township
Fishinge.reek township, at the House of
Dime! I'eelor, in end township.
Franklin township at the school house;
tier the home of John .Mens!), in said lowu
Gtecnwood township, at the house now
occupied by W ;Jc Michael.
Hemlock township, at the Duckhoin.
Jackson township, at the house of Joshm.
Savage in said towimhip.
Diherty towiiHliip, at the house of Hugh
Mi'E lath, iti sid township.
fiiinnstone, inwuship (i sepira'e eleciion
ilistric.) at the Union Sciu jI II mse, in said
Mahoning towna'np, at the Court House
in D mville,
Mifllin township at the house of John
Ivellei, jr; in said township.
Madison township, at the house now oc
cupied by John Welliver. in Jersey town.
Mount Pie isanl township, a! the Imusi
of Frederick Miller, i i said township.
Montenr township, at the house Leonard
.azartH, in said township.
Main township, at the houfe of Ijaia
Iloairingereek townsnip, at the house
now occupied by Vui Yeagcr, in said
Orange township, at t'e house of fstac
0. Johnson, in the town of Orauifcville
Sugarloaf township, at thu Ihiukc of C.
Valloy township, at Iho house now oc
cupied by John l ux, in said township.
At which timo and place are to bn elect'
ed by the frveiuan ofihe county ol Colum
bia. One Pin'Mi
for Canal Commissioner
One I'ti tii) t
fur Si, 1 rill
for Cumiiiissinner of Columbia county
In ptirstnnce of an vl nf tlio Asembl
of itio Cuiniiion wealth of Pentiylvania, en
tilled 'An act relating lo ;hn elections of ihis
Comninn wealth passed the 2d (lay of Jul
V. JJ. 1 839.
Notice is hereby glcen
'That every person, except justices 0!
the peace who shall hold any i-llice of ap
pointment of profit nr trust under the frnv.
enment ol the Unitid States 01 of this Sim
or of any city or incur poraicd disinet.
whether a cnminiHiunnil ollieer or o'hei
wise a subordinate ollieer or agent, who is
or shall ho employed iimbr the h-jji l itive,
execul:ve or jmlir i-trv dep,,rloicni of thu
Slate ot of the United Nutcs, cir of any eiu
or incorporated district, and aho every iiiein
ber of Ciinj.res9, and of the Stale Legisla
ture, and of the select nr comiiion cotncil
of any incorporated district, is, bv law, in
capable of holding or exi rcisinjr at tin sane
time, the office or appointment of JodL'i .
inspector, or Cieik, of ibis Commonweadii
and ihat no inspector, Judge or other otii-l'ice
cer of any such election, shall he eligible to''"' e w iih des'gns i, inliui nee nniltily or
any ollico lo be then voted Im .'
A tul (he said Act of Assembly, entitled
en Act relation lo the elections of tin:-
l.nmmoiiwexiih, passed July 2d; 1839 fur
ther provides as follows lo wi';
' 1 hat the inspei tor and Judges chosen as
ifores-aid shall nieel al ihe respective olacesimonths. And if it shall bo slnm n to the
appointed for holding the election in the
hstrict to which ihsy respectively b Toritr. i
htfure 9 oclnrlc in lie vmrmng on the 2.7eiddenl of ihe city wanl (lisiri.-t or town-
lueHduy of Otlairr
in each nnd every y ear, anil ear h of s;,id
1-1, M , so. in t.ionin one t ien,, v i,o t;ii,(ii ,i
ie. a qnaiiueii voter 01 sueli uisiiici.
'In esse the prison vilio tball have re-
etved th teennd highest number of (lie
votes f:r In' pectnr shall not attend on the
(lav fd sr,v election ti e ; ctson who (-hail
It'ive ici 1 ivrd the Ffcci.d bi;;bf st imnibcr o
'.otes for Judge at the next j ict-et-'ii! g tier
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tion thi'tl is Inspeetoi tn liis tce, anAJ
in fni-ei 1I1H person who shall Iwvt) received
the Incheai nuuilier ol votes lor In-Hjiei-tor
shall not attend, thu ptrsou elected
a Jutle Khali appoiitt an lnsiector in I11
jilarc, and in case the percon elected a
Judge eliall not attend then iho liiHjinctnr
jw ho receive the highest niiuiber ol votes
hlu'l sppouit a Jtnlo in bin place, and il
'any vacancy shiill continue in the buatd foi
t' space uf 0110 Lour alter the Itine fixed
by law lor the opening of the election tin
qUi,,f1(M voU.rg 0r ,,8 to w 11 etti p ward or
(sirj,;i r which such officer shall have
been elected, present at the place of election
,u eL.L.t 0Ill of their number to till BUtb
'It shall be the duty of said assessor re
speciivoly to attend at the place of holding
every general special or towi,ship election
during the whole time the eaid elecuuo ia
kept open for the purpose of uiviiig informs
,u . l"'V" "r im J'" I9 ,,cn
utw y " ! such election, 01
. . . ,
iiiiai nun 1 m iuni 1,1 rr 1 h 1 11 nj 111 me assess-
iineiil of vincis as Ilie said inspeelors 01
'i.iii ... . ... un I.... ..i' .1... 1 . 11 1
jiiii' , .1 ui ilium Plldll HUiU IIIUU lo
'inn re luire.
1 person 1 1 -1 ! I be permitted to vote ai
any elecliou as al'mesahl other than a while
fieeoi in ol I'm of iwen'y-one year 01
oinre, who shall have resided in this stale
at least one year, ami in ine election distric
win ro h olfers in vine at least ten days im
mediately pieced 11 if such election, and wiihi
in two years p id a si.r.e or county lax
which shall havn been asssss-d at least te 1
lays Oiilore electior,. It.it a einzeii of tin
United State who had previously been n
iu iliin.'d voter ol tins stain hihI remove
there Irom and returned and who shall have
resiiL'il in the elen o district and paid lax
es as aloresaid sl II b entitled lo vote, af
ter residing in this sis six innn'-hs, Pro
viueo, I Hit the wimu Ireemen citizens ol
the United States, between the ai'es ol
twentyi-one and twenty-two and having re
sided in this slate YiCAU. and in the
election district TEN DAYS as aforesaid
shall been'iiled 10 voto although Ihey sha 1
not havo paid taxes.
'No person shall be adinuted to vole
whose- name is not contained in the list ol
usable iohabitaiin furnished, by '.lie cum
nissioners as aforesaid unless Fust he
pro luces a receipt for iln? piyment within
iwo years ofa state or county tax assess
ed aareeahly 10 the constitution, anil give
utisfjcorv evidence either on his own
oath or affirmation, or an oath nd a.firm i
tion ofanother, th;i! ha pai(; ,,.;, ,JX
ir on failura to produce a receipt, s'ul
nake oaih to ihe piym oit ien- f See
nid if he claims a rioin in Vii e by bem'j ai.
oleclor between i!ir at,'es nf iweniy on.; am'
twe ity-two years, he shall depose 0:1 oath
or allirmation, that ho has resided in the
slate at least one year, next b.furc Ins ap
plication, and in itio snob proof of residence
in lim district as is r. ij iir. d by thin act, ami
hat ho does verily believe from tho ac
counts iriven hi-n thai he is (,f ih( p,t
IV1re4a.il, and (jivn such oihrr c v ii! vi.-c a
is lefjuiifiil by tins ad. Whereupon tl,
0 line of the person so admitted to von.
shall he inser.ed in ihe atp'ubetieal list h
die inspeelors, and a note uia le nppiit.
Iii.reioby wiiiioi; iho w.-rd lax' if he s'il
ho admitted to vu 0 by r-'asoti nf havi).
paid a C'X.nrthc Word 'ice' ifhe slinuid b,
idniiiti'd to vole on acciMint ( I, is aL'e, ani
0 eilbtr eaa'i', the masoti of fiieli vole ilia:
'in ea'led out lo left rleiks who tluil m,ik,
the like u iles kept by them.
'In all cases where ilia name r,f t!.- per
son elaitrinijr to voto is mil found 00 die lis
urnlshed by the commissioners and assos
ors, or his right in volo wiieiher founil
In mm or not is objected to by any qualifi
'd citijen, ilshtll be the duty ()f i10 in
ipeei.HS In ( a a 11 1 toe mi' h peiMin 011 oatli as
I bis tpialiiieaiioiis, an J il ho claims lo bate
esiiled wiihm the s'ate for one Car 01
mire, his oath shall he sufficient prom
hereof, bul ho shall make roof by at least
me compeient witness, who shall bn :,
piahfied e'eeior, ihat he has ifsidi-d within
lie diftriet (or more 1h.u1 ten days next m,.
mediatel) pnieivdin s lid ' I. clion, and also
limsf If su e ir ih il bis biiiialid.f retek-i.i e in
pursuance ol hw latvlul c.illnii, is uilhin
he d.sirn l si d 1h.11 he did noi it inove int.
id disiricl, lor the pniiKj.i; of votni.
Every person qualified as aforesaid, an, I
who shall 111 ike d'le proof if n q-n-eil i f ,j
residence and piyitiiut of taxes, as aloic
-aid, siiail be admitted lo vole in ihe disiric
in Inch lie ehah ri side.
II any peison shnl prevent or attempt
ir prevent any officer ol mi elections under
Ins aci from holding such e!eciiuiin,or use or
threaten any t iuleuc; lo ntiv officer t : c-,.i
iMiniujnui iinprnpi ny inieriere wiin inm
n the execution of ! is duly, or 6h;.ll fdock
up or attempt to block up iho imlow or
lim avenue lo any window uhere the same
may bo holdeu or ulnll riotously disturb the
peace 1,1 sueli eleeiioii. or shall use or prae
any inii.iiidaiint; threnis, force or vio-
tvtrawe any tleetinu, or to prevent him
'bom voting- or to restrm.-i ihe freedom ol
choice. such person 00 conviction slul! he
.lined in any um not exceeding five hun-
hired dollare, ami be imprisamd for aiiv lime
ROI less than ons nor nunc loan iwelve
coml w here the Iri 1! of inch ofience shal'
be bad that the person so r-ffendini! Wag a
'hip where the said offence was coinmiuei.'
in-jand not entitb d lo vole ihr r. iu, tin 11 im
oiiviciion, oe .sunn i-e senicnrfii to pav
fine noi less than one imniret! nor inon.
than one thousand dollars, and he imprison
e.i not Jess than six iiKiri nor nioie lhaii
'!( any prrsou or persons slul! make atiy
bel or wager upon ihe ri still of nnv i lectinn
si'hin, this CowoioawtaJih cr uha.'l l.Tci
ate anv such bet or wiger, either by
al proclamation thereof or hy any writ-1
vcibal proclamation thereof or hy
ten 01 piintcd advertisements, challenge or
wager, up in conviction thereof he or tboy
shall forfeit and pay three limes ihe amount
so bet or offered to be bet.
'If any person shall vole at more than
me election district or otherwise fraudu
lently voto morn than once on (he same day
ir shall fraudulently fold and deliver lo the
inspectors Iwo tickots together with the in.
tent 10 illegally vote or shall vote ihe same
it if any shall advise or piocure another so.
to do, he or they so offending shall on con
viction bo fined in any sum not less than
til'ty nor more thin five hundred, dollars,
nid be imprisoned for any term not loss
h n three nor mote than twelve months.
If any person noi qualified to vote in
this commonwealth Bfrrceahly to law (Vx
cepiihesoiH of qualified citizens) shall ap
pear at any place of election lor the purpose
of isuing tickets or ol influencing the cut
ions qualified 10 vote ho shall on conviction
forfeit and pay any sum not exceeding one
hundred dollars fin every such offence and
ho imprisoned for my term not txcecdiiifj
The Judges ate to make their returns foi
the county of Columbia at 'he Court llousi
in Danville on Fnday ihe 10;li day of Octo
oir, A. I). 1810.
Cod savo die Common wealth
IliA M HER A'; Sheriff.
SiiKRiKF s Ofkkjix; Danville,
Sepiembei, ID 1816.
ITS COUIISR is 0 siy. inn.
Ogieat has been the demand for I'olger'i
tJ wiosaoinau or .'tn iieniuig oa'sani, and 11 lies
-liven such general satisfaction to those who hav
used it and become acuiitiiuted with ita viitues that
t now sland pre-eminent as a remedy in Ui.ca.se
01 1110 Luiins, ami toe testimony w inch has been
given liy ciillerent persons who have been cured by
1 is altogether voluntary i-n their pint. They have
. i veil il in the hone ih.it all who may find themselves
u need of (his remedy may apply fur it without de-
Kea 1 the following letter reenvcd fjom the Rev
.I'i' 'S.iioie.'II, I'a.slor ol M .hide's lpi-i opal Free
l.'hurch. .l'r ."S. has not only used 'he inediciin-liini-elfle.it
ha t witnessed its clients in several very
trying ca-cs "if ili. ea. e. The letter will show hiV
opinion of iln virlues.
Ue ir Mr: Uelievnig it to be but 111 act of com
mon humanity lo those sulli-ring under the. various
diseases of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Coiisiiinp
.10:1, .A s'bina, iVc to point lliem to u safe, sjieedt
md rcli- al reim dy, I lake pleasure in Iteming im
estiuinny to your invaluable medicine called Ulu.a-
1 1 1 11 : ) or All Healing l)jl-:un, ill its eltnaey I
an speiii lust iroin my own eTpciieiiee.
uhi l ireiii expustire nioenri.s.s 1,1 Ilie vieissi
iido., of our eliinale to lieipient attack : of Iiilluen-
a, ii 1 ir.-ene i.ifce., I have always found itlo all'011!
'.I.o as! in-! eit.ru ous, and al'.tat s by perset tl :mc(
a 1 its ii,e, i 11 -elual ulief. To a paitictibir fiii lu:
if mi 11 1' siiil. ii.e; M-veivly liiio'er Asl!i;n:i, and vvh.
etd de-paiied rd obt tilling relief from any huniaii
-oiiice, upiiu my recoinmeiiilatiou was induced Ii.
oe the ( ilosaoniat a dial and li -roiiounccd tin
;)' cl proiluccd upon 1 1 i 111 h perfect chann uHoidinp
net lioiiieoi.ilc anil almost instantaneous relief, I
toother lo-taiiee I leeoin mended it to u leioaii
iVieni! I'.ir advaiiccil in ('on.-innptior. After the use
if the liist ti.iltlc her rough taa eiitinly removi
md her iiipctit" and strength restored lo s.ieh n
degree iu lo astonish a vvlin saw her- Willi
1 1 . - 1. .. 1 ... .1 1. 1 .iti 1 1
i iiij ciic.i.-iieu ui.it 1 111 iv e. aaiuiMieii prejuoi.e 11
.f-iinat the thousand rind one sjaeilics put forth ii
'lice days as sovi rei:;n panaceas lor all disease
:s.-,ure vou that iinthing short of my iirni eonviclici
.f the claims ofvotii ii rdicine to an origin so re
pceta'de, and to the cll'ects of it as hen in certified
iiolh by my own experience and ohsirvptiim
00I.1 not nave eei n uiouceii tuns 10 come lorvvan
is avvitne-s in its behalf. I have the honor lo In
-Ir, le.sp.clfollv oiu-, Ii. C: islll M I..M,L.
Have yiiu a Cough,
wluc.11 i liouiile: nine alio una iioiyieiiini in any
d 'be icioeilii s " hieh you have 11. id? fa il at
etiiled will' pain 11 ihe nine, shortness of breath
l)n you lini'.e Blood
when you cot
h and fuiil your strenttth crnditalb
V 011 will find lh.it Ihese symptoms il'n
itleltiled (0 will tcriiiilKite in enn.-ll'iii.lioi
oikI eralh. Are you uoubl
i wn.'i mat iiislie-sui
w Inch dcpiivcsi you of your nvt it iii,dit 111, d reu
lurs liio Inutlicnsoinc.
Here is the Wemedi,
Pemember the nnnie and place win re it is to be
l.laineo anil do not be put i ll' with any oilier. It
lias produced a cure ill asuespcrate cases as yours
may aiDntii to be, end doubtless will put lo'ili; h:
in a speedy manner llinse dislie.-.ing symplouis
which fill jour mind with (jloomy fin-iiodiugs uf
Its lie a ling Properties
lo not deceive. The short dry enur b is quickly
overcome ami ciev uno in ailiiv xpci tor.itton laue
l phtre. fc- 1 ' 1 : i t
of blood is iiiiiiciliatclv clu ck'
v ij.ht sweats w:;h p iin 10 the tide and :hest,
lolity and ilillieulty uf luealniig yield ,u a
is ut elite relieve,!, iimrimuis ami 111 laei an tt.e;
,. 1 -.. 1 .. .. I
s.:eaes ol tin llirnai auu 1 lings got' waj eiiitie.
,.f il. il.rnal and iuil's u vo uav la fmc'
,is remedy when all other 1111 1111s have failed.
I'c-smuj msy ntternfn to deceive you with some,
iiher lemedv, iiroiuiuiii 11 g It to ee rijiiailv as goosl
ut re'iRiu'.'tr Ine is at stake, therefore
lie n' t Deceived.
Theahovi medicine fir sale hy the following
E. P. I. utz. Il'oonisbuTg. W. f,. Waller & Co
Berwick; E' iV .1. Ioiznili". Oiangevilb' ; Levi I!i-
I. Jei evlown ; ).-rr .'.U 111 ide, V. lute liidl ; N.
Ilal.'e Ct.(ltfVH..v. C'-'i
OUR MOTTC.NOT TO DEOUTDONE
lll.AC KH.lll I Ill.X.
11 anlce SilvtTtliorii.
THE undersigned having taken the kho
formerly occupied by Marshal Silveiihorn
most respectfully informs the public thai
ihey intend to carry on the above branch ol
bueineaa and will at all limes bo ready to di
work a little better and cheaper than any
other establishment in the place, "and ibej
hope by strict attention lo business lo .neri
1 large portion of the public patronage
All kinds ol 'country produce lakin ii
eichango for work & the ready not nTusei!
IS.HO SAN TEE,
nioomshiiru Feb, 21.184041
THE business will bo continut d 5iy tin
subscriber at the old bland; where unn
be had at all limes.
MONUMENTS, TOMB- TJULk.y
TOM 1-S TONES, HEAR Til
MM IIS. MJNTLES. I1INT
STONES, MCLLEiS, Jfcc.
or any other work 111 his line. He is
also prepared to Itirnisi WINDOW CAI.V
and SILLS, 1)00 ii SILLS and STEPS
either of Ala. hie, Lime or any kind 0'
sione that can be procured in ibis vicinity
fi 7 1 1 avion had "oiisidcrablc expenencf
111 ihe business, i:e pledges his work t(
iie executed in as handsome a etyle as tai
lie furnished from yard either in llo
city or counirt ; aed on as reasiMiuhlc icrin
ElMli; AIM AR.MS'lKO.NO
nioonisbuig, Kov. If, 184:$. ly 23
J. IT VA.YDMHSI t'E.
yjEOS leave to inform the public, that
he is prepared to attend to all the oper
ations in deutimry, such as removing
.... ... . -
ihe lurlur and at her foreign Sub-
a lu 1 ices.
I'romihe teeih. rendering them clean, am
the gums and breath sweet and healihy.
The cavities vf Decayed Teeth
Will be dressed oul and filled with Goh1
r other foil; of the finest quality, as the
ase may require, which will generally
prevent their aching or further decay, and
render them uselul lor years; and 111 many
cases during life
Teeth and Slumps of Teeth
Which have become useless or troubiesomt
wiil be extracted in the mnsl careful man
ner, with the latest and besl improved in
Parcel! ain Teeth,
Ofthc best quality and latest improvement,
ui- 1 . .
win tie inseiieii on pivot, or (in connection
with Dr. V ailerchamp, with whom he is in
itirnship 111 plate woik) on Cold dale,
Irom a single tooth lo a whole set, to look
is wen as too natural, and warranted to
iiiswer all the useful and ornamental pur
iofea proposed by ihe art.
In shori,every operation belongine to the
profession, will be pelorined in the best
manner, with chmseM material, and at tin
shortest notice- He therefore hopes, by
strict attention to business, lo obtain ; shan
of public patronage. Any person or pei-
sons wishing any of the above opeintions-
.icrtormcd, arc respectfully requeslcd ti
aive him a call.
N. 15 The public are hereby li.formeii
that we the subscribers have entered iuto 1
special Partnership relating only lo plati
worit us 11 is more convenient ior each tr
ittend to the oilier branches of the srieuc
mi his own account.
J. IL V.WDERSLICE.
Mount Pleasant, Nov 8th. 1815 am.
THE Public aro hereby r'snectlullv iiiforinei
ill. it we have lately entered into Copartnership in
the above business at the liiick Shop, formerly oc-
upirj liy .Moses Collman, on Main-sticet, below
the new slore, where we iuii ml lo cany on tin
above named business in all its branches. Wi
pledge ourselves that work il.uie al this shop shal
beeiccttted in a.s neat and Uoikmnnhke luaiinei
aim mi as reasooai ie u mis, ns can he il.oie nt noi
iiber simp 11, Ibis place. Ue therefore Imiic bv
striel attention In business, to met it and receive u
lue piopurtioii ol public patronage.
AL C'OIT MAN,
S RRORST '
April 2.1, IfJlC.
N. !. SHOE ISO done at the re-
ilure.i price of One f foliar. AW
.';'' u'ltl ijinric return uur motto.
Centre of Gravity.
THE subscribers respectfully inform the cili-
zei.s ol liiooot.-i.iiig ami v icino v , uial mev Have In-
a'ld iheiiHilves in Thornto.s .New .vhoi, in
,lo."'i, no i',nrs In Jaw tin' Vnrutr nf Main ami
Inula! .slit V.., 111 llKoin,liurg, where Ihey will id-
ways tie loiiiid on naiiil, rc.ioy lo iiceoiiiiinulale
those who niav favor them uilh a rail. Theii
woik will bo doiu in the lalest and most approved
istvlc lor nentiie.-s a.'ul elegance 111 the ousiness.
From (heir long experience in !he business, they
ll.otei liicniseives tnai tiicir vm .l win ne none as
ne.uaHcau uu oooi- ei o ir.
All woik iut rusted
in Itieir caie wairaMi o to in.
j g 'rT'S"!'! I J done 1111 the
' 1 Tr3"E' f f - 110 IC lilt 1C -UDHCSL I1D! I'C nto
.... . ,
arraiil. u lu 1.1 .. ,1.. ma,,, u,..
ELLIS &, VAN IIUSKIRK.
Mav C lSdd - 2tf
. IJ.rDI.NTlIY PRODrCE, at themaike
price, will be taken i'i exihalige for woik
A f-'niH-tiorsrtiele of No. 1 nn.12 itI C I
jQ j;!!!!!., l,y the liairel or Half 7nricl, ai
!! Cheap l.igl.l-St'eet New More.
A. U. KNABB vl Co,
CANCERS, WARTS, CORNS, &c
THE subscriber informs llic politic, that lie is
able locum til kinds of Canccis and eraduuto
Wirls nd Corns with very blue euiii slid in n
short time, lie refers to several respectable cili
.ens in bis ueighooiliood, nidi as ISamui-l lless,
William Kile and others, that lias been Micccsidul
In several instance and i not hllllllitlei;iiie us is
too lieipienlly the ease aiuong ipiaeks, lie war-
rants certain cure in any case he undertakes or no
(jj- wnrts, vc. on entile 'irnl other ntiiiiiuls are
so cured by the subscriber who ic.iides in Mount
rieasiint township on (lie main road h ailing from
Millvilletn Itlooiie-biirg. about I J miles from I'led-
ruk Millers I uvern where persons arc united to
May 30, 1816 I y G
LADIEE DONNf.TS, HEAD DliESS'
A splendid assortment of hfiuics' Jannets,
Q Head Uress.Artilieial Flowers, liiltlions, ic
ery cheap, at the I.ight-Sreet New Sore by
A. Ii. KM AH 11 (jn.
K of niiisfiiiu IovIr
tl tlio bed futility, just received by
WAI. McKEL IT & Co
llli: suliwrihcr respectfully informs the public
that he has uiiencd a slum, mi Mo,.i.,.t
early opposite Clayton's Tavern, in Illoomsbi'.rg!
.vlie.re lie intends carrying,),, i,0 above easiness,
01 all its various branches.
f every descripti will be kept on hand for sale
it UHOU;.-,AI,i; or lil' TAIL.
Vlauufaeturcd into any form required
STOVK PIPES, '
trail .sizes kcpteonstanlly on liand. JStoy
d to order.
Heir.g deti'mtined to do business in (he right
vay, he reqcsis all to call upon him helore Ihev
ourehase el.sewhe,,-, as lie will fuiniih all articles
111 his hue as cheap us they can be purchased in
JJ. J. IilEC.
September 20, 1843 lyS2
THE subscriber continues to carry on
msiness at the old stand of R. A: S. Haoen
buch, where he will be ready at 'all times
to furnish Fancy & Windsor Chairs, Set
'ees, Huston Rocking Chairs &c, of every
leseription, which may be called for, at
-hort notice and cm the most rensnnablo
'erms. He will also execute House, Sirni
Ornamental Painting, and House Papering
in a superior manner, '
I'rom his experience in the business. n,,i
his facilities nf rnaniifacluring ihe variot
arlicles nf his line, he (laiters ItimseK thai
be shall bo able tofurnish a-s rrond work,
inn upon as reasonable terms as ran he
lone in th enuntrv, nllof which ie will
lispoee of for CASH or COUNTRY
N. IL Orders from a distance will i,
strictly ai.dpunctuallv attended to.
UNMAKE WAY FOR TTlRrf"
aaVoA vjt'ftTsr ir
rIHE subscribers take this method of info,,,,.
M ing their h lends and tb0 public generally
Hal they .ue now opening ll,P second supply of
-pmig (loods, to winch they would uio.,l ispec
lolly invue the attemion of those win arc i , t
ol Aew aii-J Cheap Goods, eon.istiiig in r,art of
Cloths, Cassimeres, Sathuts resting,
..f Mocrican, 'rench and English Fabric,
1 . .1
routing and Pantaloons Stuff,,
a ve:y superior article of Tweed Cloths and Cassi-
oieie,, i-iogoia i.asslineres. Urillings; (;
eve. ic. i-uiioii aiilaloon tStuils of
lid of ,hc inosl dcira'.ile styles.
emnpiising every vaiicly f rtvJo ;,J priccs fr, ,
(if to l!o cents.
ew stylo of Prem-I, Lawns, u spo,i,I n,,ie!e of
new style .Uoulanc da lane and ,. , .... .
imongst which may beloUl a handsome article t.f
lierages l'icknic; .Mmislanc u,:d Thibet M.awls
Urtrred, (striped a,(J ,,1
;iifi .1.1. -,11, ii . 1 1 1 .
Muslins, blue, A, ns. l . "": .V" "'"f,e
ushr , bishop Lawn, curtain .Muslin. &c
Droion and tileached ,,
.... J ' l
ti '0 124 cents per va;d. I,l.vhp,l ,l h
bleached Table Diaper, cotton (Js.,d)ury, tkg.
Together w ith a full assortment u
Groceries, Sjiiccs, Hardwuae and Cut'
lery, (Juecnicure, Drags, J3uuts
and Slu es,
and in fact every article usually kept in Country
Stores. ' ''
T e public generally arc invited (0 call and ex.
amine their stuck before purchasing elsewhere.
Thankful for past favors, they Palter thcmselvfj
by strict attention Ut business loineiit the palniu
age of a generous public
A.'R. KNABB L Co
All kinds of Lumber, f!raii and
Produce taken in Exchange lor
ai UST received at the NEW STOKE
L J! RUPERT.