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TO THB VATROSI Pf THI
COLUMBIA Uli MOCK J I',
January , 1317
Hinct last you hid lh Cr.i. t' tong,
Another year hi jnjgd t
niuitering, iimrtiing Spring you'te seen,
Dreu mother EUrth in iob of gretn,
And round her nikeJ hnuldm trd
A wriatb ofroiei bluibii.g red,
Till the old jJ bereelf looked gy,
And allied t ONO'lmai will to dy.
Bus Spiing'i a ihonghileii, mild coquette,
Whoie herl hie not been touched yet.
She eitee for naught but dreie and long,
And mirth and glee, the whole day long-,
And one might die amid her bowere,
For who could live ou eoog and floweret
No uieful fruiti, no etorea has ahe,
S.te'11 do to laugh with. It I he I he I
And rtieh oarai Banner quite gay
Ai Spring drteied for a feitut day
Bat though her faoe it eweet and fair,
Still thought with fun ie blended there.
6h doea not think alone of &ou,
Of butterfiiee, and eunny boere.
She i engaged lor eny.
And niuaea on her wedding day,
She'e boneat, modeit, kind and true,
Warmhearted, loving, ueeful too.
She looke ahead, and hence prapoiee
8 e half grown applee, peachee, peart,
l'lumba, epriooia and ruby cherriae,
And every kind of grapee and berrioe.
l idetd eie'e worth ten ooquatte Springe,
Thoie dilly dally, fooliah thinge,
Who amile and wave their gulande gay,
And think they've atole your heart away,
When all the time you with them gone,
That thoughtful Bummer might coire on.
Nix'hontit Autumn, frugal dame,
Io ruiaet robee atdately came,
Bhe'a the thoughtful, prudent wife,
8 jlace of maa'a loiliome life,
Not rigged out with wreathe cf flowere,
Dwelling not io myrtle bowere,
Practiaing no take in arte,
Laying enaree for do poor hearte.
She can laugh, and yet not gigg'e,
She can walk, and and yet not wriggle,
She can amile, and yet not languitb,
Biub her toe, and not acream with anguiah.
Yet ahe'e full of mirth and glee,
But aenie ie oiiied with jollity,
She will not romp, aud teat away
All night, and eleep in bed next day.
Tier glanac will never drive one cued,
Hut make the iomoat tpirit glad.
Look arouod her, thtre'e potatoet,
Turnipa, eabbage, and tomatcet,
'Corn fox ouch, and those tweet dodgeri,
Loved by many boneat eoageia.
Oil abe ie the frugal wife,
The totite of wan' toiltomt life.
Let Spring and tunimer eoiue together,
With their flower and balmy weather,
Humming birdt, and butterfl.ee,
Muaical and love tick eigne
" Tet Autumn with ber cooing dove,
Her cor-jngal, and aober love,
Shall win ray heart, and bold it too,
In inim of all that thev can do.
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And next came Winter, eroia old maid,
O :whom creation ie afraid,
Ah! every eingingbiid the drove,
Tar, far away, and etripped the grovat
Of every leaf where they might ehelier,
And cent them all off, halter ekelier,
?,or fruit, nor flowere, nor bud hat the,
Nor butteifly.nor buty bee,
iSor ligti ng uroeje, nor co-nil ui,
Ncr aught that wbiepere peace or love.
Her voice ie loud, end ehtrp and ahrill,
Whoie lonea the heait with trembling fill,
Ah! elie will chill you through and through
And pinch your note till it iabluej
Will bluater round, and ttortn and rattle,
And kick up every day a battle.
cannot like her, nor can 1,
AVhen aha it dead, heave one poortlgha
By his tireleee conraert diawn,
Tirr.e it ewiftly ruthingon,
Snatching aa ahe passe by,
Lus re from frail Beauty'e eye.
Siering from hercheekt the rose,
Shedding mid her locks hit ennwe,
Hurling mauliood, youth and age,
ilero, coward, fool, and tage,
To the evr gaping tomb,
Noisome worme and horrid gloom
Overthrowing great aud email,
Tower, Citj, Kingdom all
That the handa of mas ean rear,
Without riiy, shame or fear,
'ear him e Be rushed by, I
'HumS1 "J lo y Cry'
Rise, and reur' hm 'nd
, in en hour,
llaielva; at e mot,. , ,
. . dream!
1 nifiui .viiitli are not, ...
. ... . .' which seem
M'n and irlDe thete alone-
ifll pire, teaks ftVns ydar t)wu,
Patrons, let me recommend
Pi'iien advice, he it your friend.
.hi Tfiith and tinuo hold the rein,
IM I 1 out round toeing again.
Meantime a lisppy New Year'e day
To one to all en ctnti Good day.
MISS M. l HOB1SOX,
Ol'LU raaiietiifully inform the citixen ol
Idlooiuaburii and vioini.y, and thit Lndiw
apecutlly, that sheilas Just received, and 11 can
aiantly receiving from fuiladelpuia, Uw 1110
aplsndid aMOUaivul of
FALL & WINTER MILLINERY,
mVUb ui ha found, velvets and Milne of
fl.iwsra. ribbona. beraiia for
kid mnA oolton alavM.linan and cotton bund
kereUiefa, polka and plain eoiuba, aliall anr" other
J.r. ...ml,. Iirodil nina. eliAwl uim anJ all oilrr
kiu.lt of pinOmad and ottiar neeuiea, gJiu anu i
r pnoila, ilr and oilier IhiiubUa; iteel bead,
rin anil toawU, haded and plain twinl for purw
and hgt, cUa tt ltJ, pur.ea end bg ready
m.U a'.ot nmk ribbom of diQarent ktnda, culUr-
.tt. ! Mtuff. edainir and borda'iiig, bd JiOi i.
bracelete, hooka and eyea, thresd, t, 4c, in fuel
almiMt ery thing uiualiy to bo found iu a fancy
atore, all of wiiknme ui uiauw iu nm m.
oan beobtaioad lawhere
ii..-..hi,Hube UO?int;i anu VAro
mad and kept ou hand for ail
M ovewber T
T A I L ) 81 .
BJaPEClTULLY, inform the publiethat he
Its Removed his Shop io Eypytown
wheraha will alwaya be ready, aa heretofore, to
make any kind ofclotbing.nl mo enone i.mn.r
nd in the beat and moat fashionable atyle. I rom
i ' a v i ai r t at ri cei tli Iflfl UUSLIlOarlt ilOli.-
.i a : ha H Inr.
..: if ihi hai nhall continue to tm goiiral sat
Ufaction and thereby hope to twelve aaure ofiUt
All kiude of oouutry produce tuLen iu paymont
lapytewn, May 9.
HAIIK.S cf Vtiry Bailor tne neai
5i PKXCt et,d
tir f mi J. jm u
N.,l auu Ur e... "u. l. rUPRT.
ahaded and plain, of
Y V new atyle juat revived ot the New "tot
aVi I Wi a,we
0 the TIN. SHEET wu. ano oiw,
1 OTAT I?
iMwint,.. ia wanted immediately by tne ub.
irribar. Oood waaea ana oonaiani .i,,,....,
will be given.
D. J. IlICE-
Bloouiaburg, Bepteaibflr i
ALL thoae having unaettled accounta with thf
.h,-rlliera are hereby notified that the aaim-
r?T i. oitl..d without further clrlay, or the book
will be uloc.d in the handa of the proper offlcere to
be proceeded Willi accoraing i, .,.,
u ri iix'i1 xr ci rnp
rnr. .Ml,.rihera haveonbai:d a auperior artic
.rruincf.'. HHOJtt.vana smr.o.toi'
m A r, whiclithe aro anxioua to soil.
IlL.rL.L.l J lutinwij""'""
SCOTIA. i'LASTER, for
TkTOTA SCOTIA lor laie
Mil Caah or in exchange for all kinda of graii
or good Lumber, by
HliFLliY 45 MlikNUkiWiAi-L..
WTnSS eight day and twenty, four hour Clock?
itJi) ju' received at ihe Arcade
Oct 10 .
BLUE STONE CHINA WAKE.
N Setta or eeparnte piecea; juat receivtd aim
for aale at the Arcade
ALBRIGHT 4t MENGEL.
A TACZ TOR SLI3.!S
rpIlt: aubiicriber oflcra foi aale hia Farm aitu-
0 atad in r lahmgcrewa tuwoalup, Coluinl'is
about 59 nf widt h ta improved and under a prr:d
altte ofcoltivation. Unori the rrsmiKca thr-e i-, u
Log Home, a Frame f'W.$
a large Apple CJJ(
and nevr fail- "f'tu1
feSfVil i"g prints. ?
The above pronurly will he fold on tho umai
rraaonal teriua U'jn application 13 the aubsciibei
iving on the primiara.
November 28, 1618 32tf
IS 0 T 1 C E .
All person indebted to the hat.iie of
Samuel IL'gMiburh, deceated, either upon
Vendue INoies, or otherwise, must make
pnymenl iminediataly to the subscriber or
cost wi.l be niBile.
I). HAP.ENBUCH, Mm'r.
All persona indebted to the subscriber
inut aUo come forward cmlfl up their ac
counta mi (I pay up, or
ib.e e;)i. sequences
, . i
HUE ulncrilier wili to inform their fiiond
II. and cu.Uiinai. jfonerully, Unit thry have j ml
tecirived tnt! aru now ojmning a apluudid aaaoitiuenl
FALL JSD WISTEIl GOODS',
Such at. tuperflne Fitnch, Engliih and
dmtrican Utotht and Lasnnere, 'an
cu Cutnm'tts, iatinelt, ailk velvet,
tut in and fancy vesting). Dans good
in variety, tuck ai canhmeies, cuthme
relit erupt de laintt, rnuiliri de luinet
riiiihnins, calicott. &c. ti'ool hood,
woolen comfort, tutpendert, glovet
hosicjy, ttoi kt, botoint, handkerchiefs.
mid a general orlment of notion, In fact gen
ami aaauruuent ot
DUY GOODS, GROCERIES,
HmiJ, HOLLOW n.iliE. CE
UAR WME, QUEEXS.
and all other articlea uuolly kept In oounlry aores
all which thev have nurcbaaed n ull gr?at care ami
on the beat terma, and lire anxioua In ochunge foi
CaaU or country produce at very low pricea.
HITLKY & MKiNUt-iVllAl.
ZJlooujabur, Out, 16.
N 0 T 1 C E .
W h'rena mv wile Mil Iiai let m
bed end board wif hour yt cu nr prnvo
(!8ioii,bII persona are hereby lo.biJ Imrhor
ir.g ortrusiug her on my arcounf as 1 ahull
nav no debfe ol tier coniracf ng alter fine
Cenfre ownahip Nov. 29, 184P 3'J.
Mows from riexicoj
FROM THE CITY.
Albright & L2ensl
XFOK.M tht public that while General Taylo
ia puahiog with hix army for Muxcio, tliey
uve been luinuiutig in
.lllC. IDE STORE
tfith a splendid and entire new aud eitensiv aa
Tall and Winter Goods;
vhicb they will sell cheaper than any ever before
dlcrtd in Uo uiolna couioy. '"- "b "j
ie found among their a.-aortnieut
Cuuimeret, Clothi, Sattinelts ,y Veiling
,.f .11 nnalitiea and nricca, of Anierican, French
and EDglish Fabrick
Of new and fd-,hii)iialpo patterns; conipriaing
ovary variety of style and quality, very cheap,
Plain, black, ossortcd colors and barred alapac"
ccs, bombazines, mariuoM, fine ricotch plnuU toi
.'hildien dieasea and plaid clouka; ciifchlueres ol
dilfcient description!, ikliiini in pieces and obt
uuttcrna, ailka of imported colois, euilnlon and do-
mtatic giughama; ludit-n and gcnlleuien's asjuil
I'olors ol kiu.aiut, casiinicie huo couon giovcx, an
extensive nasorlmcnt of shawl of every kind ami
varirlv, ladies' bluck ailk urid alatu Colored Cat,h-
mcre host; &. cVc.
Plaii and twilled red and white
HOOTS AND SHOES.
A general assortment of ladies' gentlemen's thin
uid thick boota andkhoea of every description
HATS AND CATS,
nd a general aud an extensive assortment of
GROCERIES ANU LIQUORS.
All of which they will sell very low in exchange
LUMBER, COUNTRY J'RODUCE,
ALBRIGHT & M EN GAL
Cull brfore purchasing T.lstvdirrr. i
the New Factory of Lurlfuhivtut," tj
THOMPSON & HICKS.
r!TVIE subscriber:' have opened a VOTTL'nV,
f nil mn oan leaning iiuoi i.iaui in i niiu hi,
icsr the Mctliodist C'litirch, lHooiiislmrg, C'oliim-
na couiitv, where thev intend to mniuifucliire
vare of the best materia!; the latest and mont ai
iroved patterns and finished in l!ic very he.t man
ner; such as Pots of nll'dcKnii -lii'iis; lHliesof ev-
i.'ty variety and Jugs ot Ml s:zc; end u variety ol
ilher articles too nuinerous to lucnlinr.; in lact nil
unda arid every variety which mnv be wanted by
my who mav fuvor thrni uith a cah. A supply
'tept com;tanlly rn hunt! wliiili will bo sold b
.vludf sale or retail a little clu arei thnti the chrap-
r l for ca,h or cuntrv produce. Also dry I'iue
WiiodtuKcu in esclmnge for work if delivered al
ljloooisbarg September 5, 181620
OT r:ew and bauti(ul patterns
juat received al
he INew Store.
L D RUPERT.
F various siiea and of the test of UUm, juM
rcaeied nt the Anode.
ALBRICHT S- AlEiNGEL,
Travelling, M.irkel md Satchel Baskele
ust rtce iveu ai ttic new More.
. . n
If. B. RUPERT.
' 1112 aubycribe would ri)clfully infotnithe
public, that he hua taken the all ip lutely oo
d by 6'jinuel Lilly, near the upper end of
uialiurg, where heia carrying ou tho
in all ita vnrioua bianchea, and where he will be
happy o wait upon ull thoae who uiny fuvor him
with their custom. Ilia r urnllure ia wairunU'd to
beiu.ide of good uutetiul and durable, end he U
teudskeeping on hand
Sideboards, Secretaries, JJnreaus,
Wardrobes. Card Tables, Dining
Tables. Ercakfnst Tubhs,
Cupboards, Stands, Jl'ush
and all kinda of work in hia line, which ho wi ae!
upon aa reaonuble term a aa they cau be purchased
in the county.
11 y strict attention to hiatnoia ha hopei to rc
:eive aaliue of publie patronage.
April 23, 1815. lyl
OltE PROf)F.-!-'The Crv ia atill Thev
Come!' Lvcry in:iil hrinizN tidinee of iheii
iiicciaN. r rom Last to the re:iiolcsl ent fnnr.
C.uiuda on the North, lo Mexico and the IVe.t In
diea on theSouth-are ull unaninuma in their pmife.
Of a medicine o univeraally known and eatuouicd
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills,
it is hardly necessary to speak in detail. At
poriod of its history has the lepulutiuii of that mcd
iciiie atood higher, and we may say that uu repu
lation ia likely to be nioro enduring. Adapted
all constitutions, to cveiv form of disuaae, and
u I climatce. VViiuht e Indian Vccetable-1 UU are
above every other medicine, fitted for tho use i
man under whatever cireumslaneeshc may be pi
cid. At sea or on land, at home or abioad.insum
mer s heat and winter s cold, with a common re
gaid to the conditions of health and with Wright's
Indian Vccetable Fills at hand, there U no excuse
for being sick, unless the constitution be utterly ii
Is our object is to atato where the genuine nied
icine can bo obtained, rather than toeive it an ex
tended notice which our limits forbid wo shall
merely subjoin one or two of the numerous teati
monials that havejiiHl como to hand. Hundreds
of the same kind might be added; but wo arc sure
ithe public will save us tlie trouble- ol ananging
(Dxtrnct of a letter fiom Hernando, Mississippi.)
'To W. Wright Your I'illa have given univer
aul' stisfaction, and are justly very liopului. lean
sell from 30 to 40 dozen anuuilly if 1 could be suj
Yours, VV'm. Hksiit Joiixsox, Ascnt. '
It oUL'bt lioie 'o be remarked tliat too medicine
has been but recently introduced into iVissiasippi
((Extract of a letter fiom Jersey Shore, eml)
1 '1'he Indian Vegetable 1'ills excel everything
i lie kind ever offered to the public iu this si c.iiouol
the country, notwithstanding the combined elliirt u!
lume few unprincipled mercenaries to put then
S, WlVCIIKSTEIt & Sox.
The following highly respectable store
keepers have been uppointed aj;enib for tin
tale of Wright's Indian Vegetable Tills in
II. I'. liahl)-Danville
Siephen Italdy Catiavvissa
Cyrus Iiirion Kspyinwn
Hrown L Creasy Mifllioville
Abraham Miller Herwick
O. II. Fowler Briarercek
Win1 6'ovRnliovan Orange villa
Ceoiae Masters Milvillo
Leu lieisel Jerseytwon
Levers & Sons Columbia Exchang
Robert McCay. asliingtonville
(Jeorge Weaver Hlnomshuro
Light Street Iron Co Light Siteel
Low it Thompson Lime Ridga
II. 0. Freas Btinrcreek
El iss Wertiuan Roharbhurg
R. l Wellivtr (ireenwooil
I'. &J, L'E.irurt Oraneevillo
Hugh Mc Williams Aloorsburg
The popularity of WRIGHT'S INDIAN VC(
I A lit. v. I I I, Ij .1 his proved a strong had to un
principled then uhnjiristhrritcd by the hope of prnin
lenipl lo palm off a spurious uriii'le on the unsus
ting. 1 o detent thowicied de.-ii;ns of such mc
wo hiiver procimd iiev labels, and the Vi IIITTMN
sir;NAH !ii: UV WM.WI'K.'MT WIl.I.NUl
UI') 101 ND ON '1'IIK Till l.AUKI, 01
IJ.U'H HON. i'e ut.'icr I Pennine, and A
yiuiilcrft:;! tills iifur.n.
iiMiii iii:' r, Hie onlv oriiimnl and pentiinc I?i
D!AN V.'CIM'Alil,!: I'l'.l.S l,:,v0 iho WAI'l
! ;.Mi'.ITJ,'i; or M V;.R.UT on the
op I'ibel of e.n !l hi:. .
(HVice-i devoted cu'hiMVcK tn l!ie r lc ofWrit;,!
ndmn fTit'ildc I'iIh lioii-.alc iiii.I retail. I Of
A'acc street I'hiladclplua; (ircei.n icll street
.New rk and 10!) I re.i, out street, Boston,
September, 19 HMO 22l.
House and Lot Tm
IN LIGHTS I'KEET,
subscriber offers for rale his
S!W vvn irvP
-v . LS-jil nn i uui.
-ilu.ited in the flourishing village of I.iuh'street, ii
ubiom township. It la a (rood situation for a'I'ailor,
being in the immediate vicinity of several Furna
ces. I Ho ironerty will be sold on reasonnl. e
terms; R, IT CUTllBblKT
Lightstruet, September 1922
UI the latest style, just received at tho
New Store. L. B. RUPERT.
A I) M I N 1 ST R A TOR'S NOTICE,
On the Estate of THOMAS WILDOR.
MER, lute of Imhingcreeb township-
JVTOTICK is horeby Riven that Letters of Ad
ministration de bonus non, on the above
iientioned estate have beon cranted to the submri.
r. All persons indebted lo tlis eslnts sre hereby
notified id make immfdiate payment, and all ihos
having claims are reijueaied to present them pro
perly suthenlic ated, Id
A. W. KLIN R, Adm'r de bvnas w,n.
F'ishinprreek. Noiem'rr 20. 1SK! fi:i
LARM and Common, newstyla just rsceived
arm lor sals tiieup al Um new store.
L. D. RUPERT.
OUU MOTTU.NOT TO BEOUTDONE
Ily .Santte & Mlvci (horn.
THE uiidciaiiisd having Uiktn the h
formerly oceupiLd by Marshal .Silveiilnun,
moat respeotiully inform the public that
they intend to carry on the above bunnli ol
buriiic.a and will at hII timet b reatU Iu do
work a liult! bt-iter and rlivaper Ibati any
oilier I'ttabliehuietii iu lliu lia;e , 'and lhf
hope by strict attention to buaineaa lo .nen
l.irjju portion of the public patronage
Ail kiii'U of country produi e inktn ii
exchange for work & ti e ready noi refused
ISA SiM I'ili,
Bloomshui) Feb. 21,1846 44
THE business will be continued fey tin
"ulscribtr ut the old eland; tshere urn
he hail at nil limes.
TOMJ-S TONES, UEsilt Til
JJ1MUS, M.1NTL ES. J 'VI IN T
STONES, MULL EES, ke.
or any oilier work in his line. He is
ulso urenareil to luruim W INDOW CAI'r-
aiul SILLS, DOOR SILLS and STEl'S
itc either of Ma.ble. Limo or any k'unloi
sione that can be procured in this vicinity
jrj" Having had 'lonsiilerable experience
in the business, lie plenties his won; Ii
he executed in rs hati'lsunie a style as ran
be furnished from Miv vurd cither in ll.'
city or countrj'; and on as reafcn!le tern
Bloomsburg, Nov. 3, 1813. ly 28
t-GS leave to inform the public, iIihi
"e ia prepared to attend lo all ihe oper
alioni in dentistry, such as removing
The Tartar and other foreign Sub
stances. From the teeth, rendering them clean, am
the gums and breath eweet and healthy.
The cavities of Decayed 7'eeth
Will he dressed out and filled with GuM
or other toil: of the fineBl qualuy, as tne
t:,ise may require, which will generallj
tirevuiii their aeliintr or further decay, and
render them useful lor years; and in many
ca&ea r'uring lile
Teeth and Stumps of Teeth
Which have become useless oi troublesome
will be extracted in the most careful man
iter, with the latest and best improved in
Ofihe best quality and latest improvement,
will be inserted on pivot, or (in connection
with Dr. Vallerchamp, with whom he is in
paternship in plate work) on Gold plate,
from a single lootli to a whole set, to look
as well as the natural, and warranted to
answer all the useful and ornamental pur
poses proposed by the art.
In hliort.every operation belonging to the
profession, will bs reformed in the best
nanncr, with choiseel material, and at ihe
shortest notice He then fore hopes, bv
slriet attention to business, to obtain 8 shart
ol public patronage, rtny person or pri
sons wishing any ol the above operations
performed, are respectfully requested to
ve him a call.
N. B- The public are hereby it formed
ihal we the subscribers have tnlered into a
special Partnership relating only to plate
woik as it is more convenient for each to
attend to the other branches of the 6ciene;
en his own account.
A. VALLFRCHA MP.
J. II. VANDEIiSLlCE.
Mount Pleasant, Nov 8ih. 1815 3m.
I ill. I'ublic are hereby rcspocllollv infi rmrd
ihtit wc have lately entered into Copartner?), ip n
the. above, bieiineps tit the liiick Hhon, formerly oc-
upied by Mnsen Oilman, on Main-elred, below
tlieiu w Mure, v. Hero v. e nitrnil to cany o:i t!if
aiiovn naoietl hu-iiics in j,l lis hrtioehes. 'i
!(.( on'-cl'.es thai woik done nt !!.. shop .'hl
no executed in as m at and wt.ikivaniikc inaimfi
ind on as reasonable Icrms, as cmi be done nt an
other shop in this place. W'c thirtftm. hone b
lrn t ullention to Iiiisiiic.-k, to mciit and receive n
luc proportion of public pal-iniai'e.
M. ( OTl MAN,
A'. P.. SHOEING dene nl thf. re
hied price of Jr,c EPoU'JV. Smul
profits end cjuii Jc return our motto.
Centre cf Gravity.
A nrAv TAILGXUIIG
THE subscribers respectfully inform the cili.
zens of llloonifbi:r;;aiid vicioiiv, that they have lo-
a'cit themselves in I linnitnn s r s h.,n ;..
ilm'i, tiro dimrn it low the Corner of Main nnd
Markit slsrels, in lilonrnshurp, where they will sl
ays be found on hand, ready to accommodale
hone who may lavor them with a call. Their
oik will be donrin the latest and moM arnrovnl
tyle for neatness and elegance in the business.
rrom their long experience in tho businees. ibev
tl.n.nl.1..na lit.., ,lirl.A.. - Ill , I
naut'i lu. iiif..1' oi ite none iik
neat an can be dono elsewhere. All woik intrusted
in their eaie warranted tn fit,
fl f ITTI Nf.' ""e on the slmitcst notice and
warranted to 1,1 H properly rnnite up.
ELLIS Si VAN BL'SKIRK.
Mnv 2. lS1R-2'f
N II.COC.N'TRV' PRODUCE, nt the ma. k,
piic, will be taken in exchange for work
SJ, LfcT received at the NEW STOKE
L Ii IturECT
CANCERS, WARTS, U)UNli&3
THIS aubaeribw Infirm ths ttiUic. iUi I- a.
uhls to eu:,. all kind of C
Warts and Corns with very hinfl ,t .
shoittiina. llemfaraio leveral reapsctabU col
zena in hia i.eigbooihood, mi ll aa fcSomuid Kraw
V illiani Kile nnd olhera, ihsl ha- 1 .,..r..i
in several inHanctt and ia not humbuKgii-g aa ia
loo Irctpjcntly tils c. mnong ,,,r(. ii. .
ruutacertaiu etiie in any cao he undertake, .,r
(L j-Warts, ie. on eatlle mid oil
Im. euied by the soi.aciber ubo esides in Mi
asi.t townshiii on t10 m,,;,, r. r ,.: r
Miilv,l!,Mo liloomslmrcb,,,,, 1 n.ijes from
eiu .i .uiilei s I gveru hera , .
( t vi.una uiv l,l,uu ;
May 30. 1316-1 v j
rjp'IE sulncriber respectfully informsilier oblii
K loHt ho has opened u sbo,,, o H.i.ilrMi
' ' , -it"-"- via ion s j aveio, io BUmab-j'a
beie he ,.!,! n.rryingon lh above Lo.iuwt
tn ml Us turious brantbes. '
if cvflry dearrirition. will 1, L.. , l t. . ....
WHOLESsALE or KK'I'AII.
r siii-:kt IRON
'.anufactUled into flIlv fnil required,
sir.B determined to do business in tho riehl
y. hereips a to nii him ,el-orc
" os eiiean us II m Ur. ,. ...
j .... ib j'.
D. J. KICZ.
September 20, 1815 ly 22
KKGS of Aaila und pikei,just receivad
ana lor isle at
tne itiv .Sirre of
L. 13. Rl'I'iSKT
X-fcA i-La? LUS 0
The subscriber offers for sale his
silunted on the corner of Main and nat-trff(.
in flloomsbur,', Columbia (.'iiuuly, fa Ii i,i
calculated for tho location for s.J'ublic Uouae o
(ifi Feel front on Mainsrctt,
U 1-3 feet on East-street,
nnd the road lending to the lilrnir.sbnrg JJail
ion Company's Furnaces. '1 his Lot hurll
minted for liuildiiifr upon KaM-dtreet as vvoll ,
.Main, nnd being silunted in the centre of the Ii
Ueion of Columbia County, is well tvorihv ,
hlienlion of iht capitalists.
l or any information respecting the eondiilnr.
Bleomsburg, Peocmber SO
CHEAPER THAN E EH.
fFHE subscriber very respectfully informs tho
public that lich.i on band and is constant
ly Maiuiljcturinj,', HOOTS and HUO EH
of all kinds which he will sell at the following low
Morocco or Calf skin isoots $i
Cou.'se JJ.iots 3
Course or Fine Shoes
Miner's Shoes $2 to 2
Morocracr Vu'f Skin Luce Foots
Thick Soe French 'Tics
Ptnnpx Springs or French )
Oilier '..iiuli of Slippirs 75 f ents o 100
.. U. The abov;' uie all ot'mi' ov. n .Mnnufactrro
ari l nro v..r-.iil:J lo :.n;d. I have aUo on Land,
a larye slm k of
IIasteux made Koots and Shoes,
uhit'h I will si ll at small ptofits.
(Country Men bants and others who buy I v tho
dozen, are invited to c.ill and examine wiy toods
nt I will ;.tll tn such al a laifje reduction.
(!') iJemi-mi-er ihe place at the Ai' Y J1O0T
o'd -lilL HOliL, lower end of Main-si :-, .!.
Jul 4 1S.13
I!y W.M. WKKJHT.
Near York Springs, Adams county,
T this psta! lishmcnt all of the most approved
The rironrielnr has dircrtf A
'leuriy ins whole attention lo the Aurservl!ii(ii,.s
ror the last t entv-fve or lliiity yare, sod is i:ovv
irrpared to ciTer lolhefmil profters of Ci.lumlia
mil adj'dniiifr eoe.ntiea, one nf the largest and best
issnrtment of trees in the United .State.
i'lairdit'ld Niifscrira are Fitnali d about ciliteen
miles from lliimsbuiir, at ubii h idnce trace caa
it Bny time bs pot oo board of boats ood
transpnited to anv point on the canal desired.
II orders w ill becait fullv filled olid the Ireta t A. b.
"d in the 1 est Mariner.
Catalnenes con be ftunithnl lo t!in?e ff.irn
'hem, by addiesainv the pro rietor thi iUSi.
I'os: Cilice, or fiom John K. Meyer. I!()ur,s
Or, W. IV. Rinhter Berwick, or U. N, '
n.n.llln 1... ....t.atVat tan'.
n be n.ocured
i-.....,.,., nuw a. k "."- jjr me sr.,