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htVl 1.. TATE, ED1TOII.
Eloonisburg, October 10.
DKIMOCHATU; STATU AOJHAATIOAS.
GEN. WM. F. PACKER,
or LYtnniso cotHTY.
FOR. CANAL COMMISSIONER,
Of ClISSTOK tTJl'HTf,
JFOB, JUDGES OF TUB BUrUEMB COUrtT,
$t ftCRKt COUKTT.
or cuts 01 NIT.
UmiUCUATir. COUNTY XOJUNATIOSS.
PAUL LE.IDY, Esq.,
OF MONTOUR COUNTY.
Hon. Charles B. Buckalew.
OF CoLTJMMA COUNTV.
PETER ENT, or Columbia Co.
JOHN V. SMITH, of Wyoming. Co.
JACOB ETEIiLY, of BlOom Township.
FOR ItEOIsTER, AND RECORDER,
DHIBIj I.EB, of tiloo.-ii Towuslilp.
ELIAS DIE'IKRHK, of Montour tup.,
JAMES S, McMNClI, of Calawlssa twp.,
JOILV 11. 10 .IE, of Mifflin Township,
TOD WQEBiKOH AY;
Democrats of Columbia, wo liivo but
two moro working days in which to make
arrangements for tbo Election, and it is
important that wo get out every vote in our
County. Are you prepared for tho battle ?
Arc you certain tbo wholo vote will be pol
led ? Wo fear there is to i littlo activity
in somo of our townships. Not a singlo
meeting has been held in several, and wc
fear oar friends in these townships arc not
"wide awake." Arouse, Brothers, and go
to work. With a full voto wo can give
1500 majority in this county, and WE
MUST DO IT.
Spcccli of Mr. Jones.
Wo have been favored with a copy of
tbo Speech of tbo Hon. J. Glanoy Jones,
of Berks county, delivered on Friday
evening last, in Bloomsburg. Tho crowded
elate of our columns, this week, wo regret
to state, precludes its publication. Col.
Jones' Speech hero, like all bis efforts
with the pen, on tbo stump, or in tho nails
of National Legislation, is a frcsb. able
and manly oxposition of the unchanging
principles sad true policy of tho American
Democracy, ond will both attract attention
and command respect throughout the
Montour Democratic Mooting.
A tremendous dcmoeratlo Meeting was
hold at the Court House, on Saturday
evening last, in Danville. Tho Democracy
of Alontour is wide awako and is right as
a book. Tlio Court Houso was filled to
overflowing oeforo the meeting could to
Hon. J. Glancy Jones, of Old Berks,
Addressed tbc meeting in ana of his most
ablo and argumentative Speeches. Col.
3no. G, Freezb, of Columbia, in responso
to tho call, also addressed tlio meeting in
a very spirited speech. Both speakers
acquitod themselves with honor, when tho
meeting adjourned araia rounds of applause.
Magoe's Gift Book Store.
Wc direct attention to tho Card, in our
columns, to-day, of Magce's Philadelphia
Gift Book Store. L'si week wo got a
35ook of Magcc, worth one dollar, and
received with it, a gift worth ?3 CO 1 We
confers wo dont exactly understand the
operation by which ho makes it pay, but if
ho is satisfied, ho certainly have no objeo
iion. Give him a call.
United States Court.
Tho next Session of tho District Court
.of tbo United States, for tho Western
District of Pennsylvania, will bo held at
-tlio Court House, in ,the City of Pittsburg
.commencing upon Monday, ,tho 10th of
October, Hon. James G. Campbell, tl
United StBtcs Marbhal, will accept our
itlianks, for tlio presentation of bis Card.
Wo incline to tho r pinion that wo will oboy
Xoss by Firo.
Wo regret lo know, that tho dwelling
llouso and Hotel of Mr. HAusayin Montour
County, now occupied by Tho's. Darr,
"Esq., was last week totally destroyed by
fire. 3Jr. Birr, H is said, lost almost
every thingho possessed in tho conflagration.
"We aro not informed of tho origin of tho
Columbia Domocratio Mooting.
A meeting of tbo Democracy oK'olmnhia
County, convened in Ibo Court Houso, on
Friday evening, Oct. 2d, 1807, at Iilooma -
burg. Tio auJicnco was largo and gavo
.,lf.,l ll.,ll.,., nn.1 (i: .l
j li:?'l.llUI uiwuuuij. jU'V ,llll., UI1M
good order prcvadid their cn iro dclibcra..
On motion of Sheriff Miller, the meeting
Mas thus organized :
CoK LEVI L. TATE, President.
Hon. John McRcynoltls, Jihn Ramsey,
M. D., Thomas 0. Elso, It. 1!. Aithur,
Gordou 11. doff, Tli. Unangst.
11 O . A Til. TT i 1
Wm. II. Jacoby, A lent 1). Tate.
Tho Committee, appointed for that pur
pose, consisting of Messrs, Freeze and
Woodward, intioduccdlho Hon. J, Glancy
Jones, who was present by invitation,
who addressed tho listening audience, for
near two hours, in strains of eloquence and
incontrovcrtiblo arnumcnt. which was ,
received with demonstrations of lively i
... , I
aho following Resolution, was then
unanimously passcd,aftcr which, the meeting,
adjourned : j
JjMom, That tbo thanks of tho Demo-
rrntJn I'irK- nf (Vlmnl.in nnnnU- l,n n,l
thoy arc hereby tendered todd J. Glancy '
Jones, lor Ins very ab o and tru y pa riotioi
Tho Stata Ticket.
Wo need not refer to tbo Stato Tit kct of
tho Domocracy again. It is comp:scd of
ablo and intelligent men. Gen. PACKEH,
fur Governor, is ono of tbo best qualified
men in tbc State for tho position : Hon.
NIMItOD STRICKLAND is known from
ono quarter of tbo Stato to tbo other, and
his namo is tbo very synonym for honesty
and integrity: Hon. Wm. S'MONG
and Hon. JAMES THOMPSON, of Erie,
arc legal gentlemen of the highest ability,
and during the wholo campaign, there ha3
never a word been uttered against their
competency for tho exalted position for
which they aro caudidatos.
Such is the StJto Tickot of the Democra
cy. Wo expect for it a largo voto, and
confidently rely upon its oleciionby a largo
Tho finest proporty in towni
Mr. J. J. Br.owER, ono of our shrewdest
Merchants and best citizens, is tho fortunato
gentleman, to who tbo abovo lino is appli
cable. His large new Brick Mansion,
looated on Market Street, below Main
Street, is acknowledge! tbc finest finished,
best furnished, and, most valuable property
Wo recently enjoyed tho satisfaction, of
carefully examining tho premises, and wcro
gratified to find that this motirl house, is
constructed on tho most improved plan and
built in tho best modern style. Mr.
Brower,has about completed tho "fixtures''
to his establishment, by crectinrr, in
front of his houso, tho neatest and most
ARE YOU AN AMERICAN ?
If you aro, rote tlic Democratic Ticket. Dn
you lovo tho Union t If so, voto with the
party that defends its honor as a Nation,
and guarantees sovereign power to oich
and every Stato. Do you believe tho Con
stitution to bo a sectional instrument! If
not, vote with tho party that maintains its
National application. Do jou believe our
glorious constellation contains but sixteen
Stars? If not, votojvith thai pariy who
contends for thirty ono I
At the election on Tuesday every voto
should bo polled. A few years ago, ono
vote elected tbo Governor of Massachusetts,
Tho opposing condiddtcs might possibly
compromise, and one votb may probably
decide tbo gubernatorial question in Ponn
sylvania. Let it bo remembered then
tint every voto should bo polled. Sco to
It Democrats that not d.nj: vote U left
behind, for that ono voto may clcctxwd bo
of the utmost impoitancc.
' rite County Ticket,
Two weeks ago, wo referred to tho
County Ticket at somolcngth and tbcrcforp
deem it unnecessary to do so again. Wc
may add however that upon it may bo
found somo of tho old and rcliablo Demo
crats of tbo County and that all tho nomi
nees havo tho qualifications to fill tho
respective posts for which tLoy have been
Child Lost in tho Woods.
Mr. Jo7(ri McKUrnan's littlo Son, near
fivo years of aco, wandered from homo on
Wednesday of hst week, in tbo woods of
Fairmount township, Luzcruo co., and has
not since been heard from. Hundreds of
tho neighbors searched tho woods for him
for soveral .days, without finding any
traco of tho lost child. Wo deeply eyinpa
thizo with his bercwed parents.
C45r Tho annual Agricultural Fair of
Northumberland county, is.lo bo held at
Milton, Thursday and Friday, .October tho
15tb and 10th.
Fire. Jjhrco framo dwelling houses in
tha southern part of Muncy, wero burned
uown on Monday night of last week.
t&r ThoBtato Fair held -at Fhiladolphiaj
i.during last week, was well attended,
Hon. J. Glancy Jones.
'XLo sterling iotogrity and gmuino
patriotism that han so distinguished tlio
1 jmLlio. career of tlio lion J. Glancy Jones,.
J his gallantry and Ii is unselfishness, hnvo
i.ll.. ....... f 1.!... ll. . .l .fit...
nun IU1 Ullll liiu wumi ituui Ul liiu
National nomocracy of every
I tho country. Mr. Jones' rccci
try. Mr. Jones' recent visit to
Dlooinsburg, his endoared himself to all
who had the pleasure of incclini; with him,
(and carries with him tho conCdonco and
lc - lccm in an eminent degrco (f thocntiro
democracy of Columbia, as ho has ever
boon recorded tho unsworvW rhnninion of
tho Demooraoy of 1'iunsvlva.nia. Tho
Macon (Gd.) Telegraph of the iiuth ult.,iu
referring to tho fact that Sir. Jones' has
declined being a candidato for tho Speak
ership of tho next llouso of Representatives,
Hon. J. Glanoy Jones has declined tho
canumacy ur me spcuiicrsliip, Mr. J. is
n model for cur opposition fiicnds. Ilo
declined a Cabinet appointment, and now '
.tl10 Speakership. Wo wish wo had ono
hundred just such ablo, patriotic, lndcpcn- (
dont am, high.lolscll gontlomcll jn '
National Councils as J. Glanoy Jones of
Pennsylvania. Wo want you to como lo1
Georgia, Mr. Jones. You promised last
yc"t0.SFCak 0t tL .CoUs1 t',ommcn?': 1
Cnt at liBgrangC, but postponed V0UT Visit
,to fiSLt tIlQ ,1laoK publicans. You will
" ,V-"7V" .Ju". ou
how her. pooplo lovo to honor truo worth
in high placos, by tho kind and cordial
wclcomo thoy will civo to Old Berks'
Col. George W. Rupert.
Wo aro indebted to tho politeness of our
worthy young friond, named abovo, now in
tho far-off region of Colifornia, for sundry
subsiantial favors. Col. Jiuncrt is an
activo businessman, and, although ho wont
away an Old Lino Whig, ho is now a good
Democrat. A month ago, ho scut us an
interesting letter, tho essence of which, is
rt corded under our usual heading of
Monthly lloceipts, and this week we received
another loiter from him, from which
without his permission wo mako tho
Star Col : I wish I could send vou
somo of our Poaches, raised up hero in tlio
mountains. Thoy aro from 12 to 10 inches
in circumference, and tip top to boot. A
friond of verity, told mo to-day, that ho
had a Peach tree in his carden. onlv two
years old from tho eced (or stone), that
produced 812 worth of Fruit this season.
Can you beat this, Col., in old Columbia ?
mink not. ,
Ever yours, fraternally,
G. W. Hupert.
On Tuesday next you will be called
upon to chooso for your Chief Magistrate,
between a nativo Pcnnsylvanian Wra. F
Packer who thoroughly understands tho
interests of tho Commonwcalih, and a New
York Frco-Trado and Abolition Agitator
David Wilmot who is ignorant of the
business and politics of tho State, and
whoso wholo heart and mind aro wrapped
up in tbo ono idea of hostility to Slavery
and onmity to our Southern brethren.
Ecmember, fellow Democrats of Colum
bia county, that "Eternal Vigilance is tbo
Price paid for Liberty." Go to tho Polls,
every ono of you let not a voto bo loft at
homo exercise, your rights as Freemen,
at all hazards rally with energy and zeal
to tho defenco of those timo-houorcd prin
ciples of Democracy which you havo so
triumphantly sustaiopi in by-gone days
and proclaim once more to tho Stato apd
the Union, that tho Democracy of old Co
lumbia ore still truo as steel to the faith of
The Legislature. Governor's Mcsiagc,
Tho extra session or "relief Legislature,
assembled at Harrisburg on Tuesday. Tho
Governor sent In a mcssago recommending
a rclcaso to bo baaks ot tho peoaUics and
forfeitures thoy havo incurred by suspen
ding payment; and also recommending
ihat said sucpension shall bo legalized for
"such reasonable period as will enable them
safely to resumo tho payment of their
liabilities in specie." Tho banks, in return
for this lenicnoy and favor, aro to help tho
.Stato Treasurer to specio to pay tho inter
est of tho State debt. The banks to take
each other's notes, at par, for payment of
debts duo them. Tho banks' debtors to
be accommodated with an additional stay
of cxecuiiou, Tho issuo of bank notes of
a less denomination than fivo dollars, not
to bo authorized, Tho mcssago was
ordered to bo printed, and subsequently
bills in relation to tho banks to meet the
present difficulties were read,
Uriug in the Returns !
Will tho pcoplo in tlio various election
districts mako arrangement to send us tho
returns as soon as tho ticket is counted off?
If thoy will, an extra, announcing tho re
sult, can bo printed offbeforo sunriso next
itAn -govt xtot vox.e;p;.
DEMOCRATt' Remember that tho
election polls will oloso at 7 o'clock, pre
cisely. Aroto early in tho racrniog and
then no unforeseen circumstanco will de-
privo tho country of an expression of jour
sovereign will at the 'ballot box
MW FROM Till! WliSTl
California pomocratlo to thQ
Tho steamship "Star of tho West," ar
rived at New York, on Saturday, bringing
California papers of tho 5th of September,
and 81,000,000 in gold.
Tho Stato Election t'iok placo on tho
Sd inst., and resulted in tho triumphant
choice of JOHN B. WELM5K, for Gov
ornor, and tho wholo Democratic Stato
Ticket by a majority, as it is estimated
frompicsont roturnsj of from
over Edward Stanly, tho Blaok Repub
lican candidate, and a majority of several
thousand over both him and tho American
candidate, Maj, Bowie. Tho Bcpublicans
aro much chagrined at tho result, as thoy
fondly hoped .that their candidato, by
mounting tho Settlers platform and nil tho
isms of tho day, would havo gained a do
cisivo victory over the Domocratio oand
idatc. Ono thing has been very definitely
settled by tho present election, viz; that
Sectionalism cannot tbrivo in that State.
Tho pooplo of California havo an abiding
love for tho Constitution and tho Union,
and aro opposed to tho agitation of Slav
cry, believing that it stirs up strife, pro
duces aljenation of feeling, and tends to
weaken tbo bands which bind one portion
of tho Confederacy to tbo other.
Au Editor for the Legislature.
Mr. Daniel n. B. Brower, tho Editor
of tho "Montour (Danville) American,"
has been nominated, by tbo opposition of
tbi3 District, for the Legislature. Wo were
Eoareely prepared to believe, that any
respoctablo Editor, in our Legislative Dis
trict and tho Doctor is one of them
would so far degrade his high position, as
to thus consent to transfer it to tho undig
nified station of a Member of tho II. of If.
Perhaps our friend was caught napping, or
peradvonturo, ho only consented on tho
sTRnNa presumption that thero was no
danger of his election.
Another Screw Loose!
Mr. Dikmeb, tho nominco of tlio Re-1
publican-knownotliing party, ?ias declined ,
the honor of a defeat. Such a oourso on
tho part of all tho other candidates on that
partynrganization, wouldbc truo "economy
without meinncss, ' Read Jlr. Diemor's
Cattawissa, Sept. 28, '57.
TV . I 1 ..
of tho Republican party of this county an.1 I
youraclf ono of tlio Standing Comtnitteo, 1 1
xj I. .juiird : voiir nnnnr 1 I in nrrrun '
rcsDCCtful v mal:c knoun tn tlinm (limnrrl,
. rf( ........ V...VUU i
you my declination of tho candidacyof coun
ty i rcasurer, icntiorcu me oy tlio uonven- j
lion. I liar.utul tor tuo honor contcrrcd,
resnoctfullv decline lliR nsn of inv nnmr. !n
that connection. Youis, &o.
S. 15. Diemeii.
CHARLES It UUCKALEW.
This well known and distinguished
Democrat, nas on Saturday last, nominated
for Senator. Never was a bettor man
presented to tho people of our county for
that office, honest, upright ond fearless, ho
has always stood forth as ono of tho ablest
champions of Democratic principles in tho
State. Ilo has already served two terms
in tho Senate, and his past acts and servi
ces aro tho best pledges and promises of,
his future oourso, ho has proved himself to
be an ablo speaker, a true Statesman nnd
.in honest Itcpresontativc. That ho will bo
elected, thcro cau bo no doubt, but lot us
try, fellow Democrats, to givo him such a
majority sis worthy of the man, and that
will anihilaio tho opposition. Snydcj
From tho reckless courso which our op
ponents Jiave hitherto pursued, wo think it
well, to again put you on your guard a
gainst any new ilandcrs which may bo
put in circulation against tha Democratic
candidates between this uud the election.
Something NEW will bo vamped up, by
the mongrel opposition : no exertions how
ever baso and dishonorable will bo spared,
to deccivo tho .unsuspecting voter.
iQr Amidst tho political excitement wo
fear tho Amendments to tho Constitution
aro overlooked. Wo hope every citizen
will duly consider tho necessity of tioso
amendments, they aro of tho utmost im
portanco in theso days of reckless spocuia.
tion, .to prevent tho Legislature from plung
ing tho State into debt, sco to it then that
lyou voto this ticket
E7"Tho no.v. David Wilmot will
startup Salt Hivor on tho 13th inst. Ilo
will b.o accompanied by his friends. Ilo
sets sail in tho long, loiv, )dack Schooner,
JCSrltis now bclinv.ed -tint a boil on
tho nook of Senator Rusl:, caused partial
insanity during which ho committed suicide.
Brick! Brick! Brick!
T7IVK HUNDUED THOUSAND
I Pill Mi: liniL'K, Jim tumril mil, nl tlm milmcrl
bcri Uric k Ynritf In niDninoiirji. fiml nre ofTcrcil lor
ale. Tho beit In ihe toiiplry. Annlyln
11. II. AUTIIUB.
ninnniftliurp, Oclnlior 10, pi7
QTIMVr.n trom Hie milxrrlbrr nl Cnmpbo'l & Won
k ilcn'a I'ow Irr Mills. In Ci nlto lowmiilp, Ooluinlim
Couniy, on Mnmlay, Ike lllh iiCHeplpnibrr In.l.n )nunj
WHITE cow, a?
Willi unmcbrown rpotaupon her. anil liornn
lininliiiff ilnwntv&r,l. Ytvn ,l,.lli T.-n r,r
will bo clven for lior recovery bv llm nuhnrrlber
Centre, Oelober 10, 1K17
STOVE TOR SALE.
A "OOO 1-ARI.OR STOVE, In cicillent onlcr, for
r Mle cheap, Apply lo
LEVI L. TATE.
nionmMiiirji October 10, 1857
PIANO FOU SALE.
Avery bui-erior nosEwoon tiano r.m be
purcha.cil very low for ca.h. Ifnoiilleii rr wiihln
two weckn. It I. from tho rennitlvan'n I'inno Man,
nrariory. Philadelphia, and la In evey way aa tooil na
new. Apply to
, , JAB. ANDErtSON.
At Aew Columbua Academy, Luxcrnc county. Pa.
Ortoher 10, IBj7 St
GW. IVAONEi:, Anibrolyplat, Bleren.enpl.l, &c,
reapcrtfully Inrormithc rillzena of Hlonmsburi;
nnilvicl Ity.lhnt he haa locntcd In. bualnraa for n few
wceka In llm EXCHANGE ItLOCK, lUnonHlinrR. Ilo
warrant Ills pictures to poiteaa ilulnliillly, Ilo nlan
lecls that ho ilo.es not flatter himself In believing that
they po.acaa a lone ot correct resemblance, which lew
nltl'ta e jcel, Xo ch lrec made unlcks perlcct aati.lac
tio n Is given.
Call and examine specimens.
Instructions given ut reasonable terms.
, , , (!. VY. WAGNER.
Oclobcr 10, 1S37
PRIME Timothy nnd Herd Crass Pcrds, Orchard
Cms. Italian flye flrass, American nnd English
Lawn Crass, Kentucky lllue (Ira's, krt, nt
l'AHCIIALl, MOIiniS & CO.,
Implement nnd Seed Htnre.
"tli and Market sire, Is, Philadelphia.
October lq, 1847
jtf-V. KRAUSEU'S rORTAULE CIDER MILLS.
isSi?!.'10 u"n "!! Wheeler1 llorso Powels nnd
rV-f Ihreshcrs.CornBhelletsofvnrlou.dies, lln,
rrjiraw nml roililer Cullers, drain Tons. Hoot
Ci Hers, rnrmers' Uoilera, Side Hill, Hub Soil and
oilier Plows, Plow Castings, Corn llaskels, Spalus,
k.M,u-i,,., ,v oL... nmiiEiaip nou re in 1 1, at
I'AgCIIALI. MUltRIB Ic CO.,
Implement anilHccd Store,
71 ti ttnilMarKct streets, I'lillaiielphla,
Oclobcr 10, 18i7
Valuable Real Estate.
N pursuance of an Order of the OrphauV Court of
Tnursday, tlte 5lh day of Kovemhcr next,
At II) o'clock In the forenoon, Jonathan C. Pennington
nnd George Moore, Executors, be., or Robert Moire,
lale ot Sugarloaf township, in said county, deceased,
will eipobo to sale, by Public Vendue, upon tho prcm
ies, a ' '
CERTAIN TENEMENT AND TRACT
Adjoining lands of the heirs of Samuel Sledman .llnil.
of Joseph Lockard, Cxekicl Shullx anil others, conlain-
Uno Hundred and Sixty-Two Acres,
More nr less, on which i erected a 1.0(3 .
IIUUSE. FRAME UAKN. and other
Laic tho estate of said ilernse,, situ- Si3 I 4 IV-'t
atn in liiu township of Si.gnilonl, nndS"v4i
couniy alurvaid. lic..ia.urj
.,, , J COB EVEl'.LV,
Bloomsburg, Oct 10, IS37 CYcr
. I'UULIO SALE
Valuable Real Esiatc.
BY virtue of an Ordrof ihe Orphans' Court of Cc
Itunhjn rnnnty, Colnmuu Nejh.ird, Adiniiiirtr.itor of
Itenjaniiii IJayiiinu, dctenncd, , on
Saturday, the 24 A of OctoUr 7icztt
All o'clock, P M., expose lo Public Snle, upon the
premises, in Ornnre township. Coluiuliit county, at
thu la'.e residence ol thu tieccil nl, the lolluwlne Heal
The east end of the farm ndjolulnc lauds of Win Oe.
Iiinif. Jncut, Itauli, Win Me.irs Jiiil i tiler lam's CI II.
lldmaii'seBralo nml containing
00 ACRES AND 101 PERCHES,
v5lr5 " "'"eh there nre erected n I'llAME
n .us-crn iiijuhi; ui i a n.irn Ttiem a .n.
mlUl ffiiK.1! n',,:. .'.".'olNof!';:;.'; aSStff,
At the same time there will bo sold
Ailjonilrg tlio nbnve nroperty, two of llicm on the well
containing respcctlvilySl and T nrres'i theulher four
on lua south, eontaiiilng rcst,crijvely 3 ecea 31 j,er
dies, S urea 112 perclics, 5 ncrea 18U perrlies nnd 5
ncres .UU perches, and adiolnhij Und 0f UcUiuiln
Slcliifr. u. gitier nml I). Munleuiiiery.
At tho same inn,: and placu llieru Hill b sold the
decedent's interest In a
In l.'cntro towns hip, raid county ; to wit, the undivided
I otu quarter acio ofgrourd.
I.aiu the cstnto oTsnid llenjamln llayinati. deceased,
ofOrange township, Columbia county.
BOI.OMO.V NEVIIAKI), .IdmW.
Orange twp , Sept. sri, lW
niEaininn .iff. iJssviutAVE.jimrvrn-jjsD
TJtUST COMfJUfY OF I'JIIMDK.I'JIlJl.
orriis, no. 403 uiesNUT hireet.
CAPITAL, (paid Ui.) SI 00 000.
CONTINUE lo make INSUUANCE3 ON LIVES on
the most reasonable tenna.
The capital being paid up and Invested, together wilh
largo and constantly increasing reserved fund, oirors
n perfect sqrurity to the insured.
The premiums inusl bo paid yearly, half ) early, or
The Company mlil a tlONtM periodically lo the Insu
rnncen for ifo. Thu I lltST IIONUS appropriated in
December, 1841, the BUCONIl HOVUS in December.
1449. tho T IIIIll) IIONUS in December, 1334,
Q-'l hese additions ure made without requiring nny
Increase iu tbo premiums to be paid to tho Company,
riie following nre a few examples from the Itrgister.
Amount nf Policy nml
bonua to bo Increased
by futu re ud.litjona.
No. F "
Pftmnlllets. conlnlnln l.il.les nl rnlAB n,,,l .int.m,.
lion, lorma of application, and further information,
can be found al the othce.
TIIOJIAS IUDCWAV, rreriJenl.
Jko, P. Jakes, Jtctuaru.
Oclobcr 10, I8S7 ly
STAUFFER & IIARLEY.
CHEAP IVJ1TC1IF.S JlffD JF.WF.LUY.
WHOLES M.P. AND RETAIL, al Hio 'Phllsdelidiin
Watch anil Je.vvel.ry Store,'' No llafOldNo Du)
North BIX'ONi) Street, coiner of Quarrv.Pliilailelnl, la.
Cold Lever Watches, full Jewelled, IS caret cases, fin no
Gold Lepiuc, 1H cant, . . 24 00
Silver 1-ner, full Jewelled, . Vim
Silver Lepine. Jewels, . . . 0 00
Superior Uiiartlers, . . .700
Gold Spectacles, .... 700
'ine Silver do, . . 1 50
Gold UKicclels, 3 00
Lady's oold Pencils, . . .100
Silver Tea Spoons, set Sou
Oold Pens, with Pencil and Silver holder, 1 00
Cold ringer Rings, 37 J cents 10 JM) i Wo Ith Glasses.
I'lllrj. 11 cents, patont IB), Lunct 25; other articles
in I'luporuuu. niiKouus warruiueu 10 tic wiiat tney
BTAurrrR t harlev
uT-On hand some Gold and Silver Levers nnd
i,epines sun lower than the above prices.
October 10, 1657
I1ROOKER & MARSH.
Auctioneers & .-t'oiumlssioii Merchants,
S!01 NORTH THIRD STREET,
One door bdnw Vine.J
Sales of Bests and Mors, Dry Goods, (luni.llardwarc,
)VaUhc Fancy (loodi, S-c.
ti3-Countrv8lorel,eticrs.and others will always fliul
at our Evening Sales a largn nnd desirable assortment
of llieabpvcfJooiU, to bu ,old in lots to suit buyers
.Goods packed on the premises for Country Trade,
A GIl'7 WITH EVERY ROOK
Worth from 5tteeo(j to 100 dollars,
.ill Ai a gee's Gift lloolf Store,
NO. 337 CIIESNl'T STREET,
L-d door below 1'uurih,
Oct 3, 1P57 " 1,J r nm
Valuable ReaJ Estate.
IN pursuance of an Ordcy of tho Or
plmm Court of Columbln county, ntt
Saturday, the 1tli day of October mxt,
and the several days lelcne mentioned,
At 10 o'clock In I hi" lorenoon, Wlllinm Snyiler nnd
Dinirl HnyJcr, Jr., Ailinlnl.lralo,., Ar,, M' llml:r.
Bnyokr, lato of lilootn lotvnMiip, In p.uil county, tie
coadl, win cipojc to nle.,y
Upon I he acveral prcmlici. Dig fol lowing ilnctikJ
On Saturday, Odobcr 2lh,
A Certain Tract of Land, situate in Mad-
is n tnnn.lilp, mljolnlng Irmls lale of Jacob Glrlon,
dccrnpcd, on tho North) John Heller ami Mntihi.x
A. Mooro on the South nnd West) Peter llcllcr nml
uthers on the Enrt, containing
ONE HUNDRED k HIXTY-THUHE
Acres and Sit Perches, strict measure.
Oi Motulay, October- 2Gf.
A Certain Houso and Lot of Ground,
j,., mm in mo lown or tiioom.biirg,
lying on the south side of Bicondstreit
?,r..v'llo??:A,,J?J."!!, -f Jr.'
'-- hi, uii me outim; intirrw moiip.
uIfrscuntaiiilnB fifty feci in from nnd In
II V IF III iOI lUl'li
A Certain llouso nnd. Lot of Ground,
sltuato In II I twin fmi re. lying on tho
iQMSV South ildd of Third street or paid town,
iR53lIIIlniJol"','II "" rresbvterlan burying
)U3B J,ifc?ground on the Southwest ; nn nlley on
0M BMlSr llic South; Dr. John Itsm.ry nn tbo
'XcuwKlEnsI, nnd Third itrctt nfsnid town, on
Ihe West coiun'nlng In from firty.lhrce lect, and In
depth two bundled and two feet.
Tho undividod third part of a Certain
fynLk iiouse ana 01 uroumi. situate jn II loom
bnrir. lying on the writ nlde of flrnl Mrrct nf
bo ill town, ndioinine n lot of Huriw-v & huh.
pari im thu ent, (ami belonging to the Ulnoiirstmrg
Ilailroad Iron Company on tlm Wct-t. Anil a lot nf
1 1 ii r lev tc Ca'liciir t nii'itir Bmitli niul WeM.nnil fir it
street of the tuwn ol It ftumi bu rjjz on tin; Snuili, ron
tiilnliiRjn Irrnt, lUty-imcHctonilin dt'ptli one hundred
nnd siventy tno Icet
A Certain Lot of Ground, situate in
Scott township, adjoining Innds nr Gnorso KnFtfr
nnd oilitrs on the North; lamb cf Hie Uloomslnirg
Unilroad Iron Company and others on the South,
and Ono Hundred and Tw only-Nine l'crchca, neat
On lucsdaij) October 27th,
Tho undivided half part of n Certain
Tract or Lot of Ground, ntiintc in CnltawJtua town
rhip, county rorriaidt iHiindcd on tin; Nor Hi liy tlio
river SiiBqudiinna, other lands o( fnid dtxiMfrtl, nnd
Joscpn W, Ilenderchot, on ihf Houth, and Linda of
liamel 3 human, on the Cast and Went, containing
and Thi rly l'ou; lurches, strict uuuMire.
Tho undivided half part of a Certain
Tractor hot ofl.nnd, situate in Cnttawisn tnwusliip,
nlores.iid, mljinuinff l.inda nf I) injel Hlnimnti and Ullus
Kruin, on the ortli ; nnd the List ndove dehrrifx-d tract
on thu east.iiud the river fnsquehantia uu the Cuiiih,
and Tour Perches o. L;ind, strict measure.
On ll'idncsday, October 28i
A Certain Houso ond Lot of Ground,
situate in Oratieeville, Orance town.
Flitp, uihniiifii!! n lot of Wii'nw .tl.iri.,
Son t.lu Wert ; n lot nf Widow llcriitie
on the Ejl: Samuel Achenblih.on the
Hiitith.uii'l Market street til ail lonn,
nn the Norlli, containing
TUIItJY PEHOtlES OF LAND.
I.nlo ilii- llftair' f said dece.ii-cd, siLuato In the
lowiwblps and county aforesaid.
The f.i rejoins valuable property wi!l be sold upon
Ihu lo'loumif condition: The share oi the widow in
the prvur.il preiiiires lo teitmni ihe bands of the
piircluri rs during licr natural I He, th! iim rest Ibt reot
la be unnuillv and reul.irly paid ti Jiorbythe ur
chasiTti, tlHir lieir-t and assiiti'r' holding ilia pripiriy,
mill at her deccae li-r sliare ol ;hn nun hnne moiiry
to be pni I lt tli a pTion lesally ciititVd thereto, leu
percent, off tho two thirds of the purjiaeo money to
Lc paid on the day of sale. one h.iir ol the Lajf of th"
ihq thirds on the Ira day of April nest, and ihe nt
nialtider on the Qri ihjr or April, A. I) , Ir'SU, wl h
fjuterent from tlic 1st daj oX April, A. t , IPm',
Said salu to be continued Iron, day o jiv, uutjj oil
the above described landsnre sold.
WILLIAM SNYDER, ? . , .
DANIEL SNYDER, Jn.,S A,lms-
niooui.bjrg.ept. SO, 1IU7 51
NEW CARRIAGE ESTABLISHMENT
In the Now brick threo Story Carriage
Factory, cn .Main below Market.
THE subscriber would respictiully nuuounceto rbe
public, III a ie hascoiumenced the
UAUUIAUJS li ,jrwr5
WAGON MAKIKr: BJJ.CWaflCaV
ti, nil l.a,,..,.l. lln I a n.AnK.n.l ,
and liaaonhnndal resentnnassortinentortiuished work
which purchasers wlllQnilu to tbejr adyautagc toeia
IVIII U.l..n In l.a ...... ... n. - J ,..
".uu ,,, ,, iiorD, i,,.i, , i,u tm.iui in. inner
and lipontctui8 whichcnniiot bill to uivc satlGfaclioti,
tmiAWURIUUE A. WILSON.
r 1ST 01' LETTERS remnlnleg in the Post Oinre r.t I
1 J M1(inttn.lillr(r l'rl.. Oilntlrr mirllna stii.h,i,,l.. Intl. I
1637. b 4
Moyer JciTt rion
Nnuu Tntns. I
iiowin.m Marry 2
nirfitia l(is.rril IF 1
IS orlon John A
rCrllfith David ft
tkhrmer .J W
Tints John 11
Wnolfl homas J
Willinan Lewis J
(Jarvey J hn
Ham Teter S
Natl set Sidenbain
Kenciigcr J C
wiuie tienree u
cnvrbniis calling for the above letters will pleaie
HIV llmv nrn (.alvsirt 1
Oct , ,IrU7
NOTICE Is Jherby ,iven tint an application will bn
made ntho iieii session ol thiLenlslalure of
l ennsylvania, Qir tlio incorpora.ion el"a Itiut, with
the usual privjlt'tcs, to be called "Tho llloomiburg
Hank," wilh a capital of two hundred thousand dol
lars, nnd to bo located In the town ul IJl3oi.tburg.
tolumbia couniy Pa.
8. a. BIIIVE,
El'IIRAIM P. JTZ,
A. C. MI'.NCII
EI.IAB 111 ETERIEK.
A, J. EVANS,
1. W HARTMAN,
II II. ARTHUR.
lliAOMsBina, June 27, i37
NEW TINWARE SHOP.
MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE THE IISCOIIANGB.
rpilE undersigned rcsperlfully informs his friends
J. mul the public icueiully, that ho has opened
A Aiiti iYicarc and Sltat Iron Esta
blishment, In tho buildmi Inrmerly orrupied for that, purpose,
bj Joseph Sbtirplens, wheru he is prepared lu cuuduct
the buaiucks in nil Its various branches.
Unworn aud House Spoutinj of all kinds mode lo
order on thorl notice and at niudcjalc.nrjc.es,
AI'o-fJTOV'Ed, of various tiyles, constantly for
Ripalrlps done to order in quirk time.
to-Country produce taken ineubanrefiT wo,k.
0, C, MILLARD.
nlooni.tiurg, May IB, 18.17y
jS. L. Pancoasf & Co.
I AND DEALERS IN
FISI1, PROVISIONS, SALT, dr.
17 North Wliarvei.riilladelpbia
''".XT""' """""" n'Itm'1 h
1 rpo A 1,1, Whom it mav i-nvrr.nm, n..i. .. .
f . T,"?1 """I", Wenvrr, Ilamci FrnlS, V
I i,:,''n.nim,P,r.,.",w,t:k.' Wlllinm. Mnyder, Jocol! TjonSo
I niOiliinilila county, nu Inmrii
""'! "", '; mm llllr, Ullier Hlllcll llieii
iivo nnocintcil,nii,l mrnii to nrnorlMo I nm li e
.touithnvhiRperniicilnnilrninilneil the in 1,1 Inttrunie it
I nii.l Imvlnir rou.nl tho object, nml comlltloni ti eii
net forth nml conliilne,! to In; lawful. nn.l l i. ;
three nrctki. iiolllij foilli Hint nn npplicnllon ha. b",'ii
imiile In rni.l Court to grnni n tinner of Inci'iporntlon.
n .liecinei In ril.l iiMlrunicnl o' wrlllnir! that nnH .
rntlon linn been inn.le nt tlio Heplcmber Terra olVnlrt
Lourl. A. I. 1M7, to mnnt suth n charter s nml that r
.. ... .... PIIU,TII . .Ny ruuiinry Ly llm
nrt ,iay ofUccembcr Term, lK37,of.iil Court, It will
. I'l r.on. roonclate,l lo be n,
mily Dolltle or corpomilon, In law nml Inlacl, ncc.frilL
y til llm inlil nrilclei nn4 eoiiilltlmi.. nn.l to havu
Continuance by tho name, slvle and til Ic in snldlniliu.
llloomsburg, Pept 17. IB'7
. -w-7- i t t r l -rsj ,
Vnmnlilo Kn.il Kslaff.
BV virtue i.f on order of thr Orphan Court of Co.
luniltia county. I pane K. Kil li:hiiii. I'.Yi7ntnp ,.r
Johi Kline, dcciaii-d, will, on
Saturday, the iiith day of OctoUr nnt
I At 10 o'clock In the forrnoon, rjtpnpc to public Kile, on
thf prptniics, in the townMilp of Henton, in the county
of Coliin Ida. nt tin Intr rcfiflpiitu o( the unid decedent.
thufolloHiiig Ileal Cslntc, vizt
i W3SAIW 0:3? JtAHB,
Tin tM end olihefjrm ndjolntng land nrJnenli AtU,
on the roiK.li, tlo lirim of John Kl no, drcenvcil, on tho;
enst and north," und tiaiuuul I. lion c on thu weU. con
Forty-Thrco Acres nnd Fivo Porches,
nioH or which ii tlmbor land. A
brnnch of Rnvenrrrrk run through
tho land, nndn cimd Paw Mill in In
. tho inimrdinto vicinity. 'I ho noil in
ol excellent quality, and the l,md,
laltct belnir rlcarid. witl ho wpll
ndiptpd toiarmins. Int4 tin- rstato
of John Kline, ol llenlon townhlp, I
' Columbia county, decerned.
rtrnton twp ,Hrnt 19, I857-5t Clerk.
Tlintindrrsigned rrrpfctfully invilrs tho attention
nf the Public tn Inn extensive assortment of Cnldnet
Furniture and Chairs which he will warrant to henindH
of poo-l material nnd In a work manlike manner. At
his Cbtabtishmcnti can always be found a good assort
wnicu is eqti.ii mi siyiennu iiniiiu to Hint 01 run
ndclphiaor Nev Voik cities, anualui luw price;;.
of different riylis and prices, frnmf
8 .'J to $iiO. Divant. liOitnceM Wal-"
nut and Mnlmjroity, Parlor rhnirs, line k Inn nnd eanv
chairs. Plana Ftool. and a vnrlrly of uphnltrred umk
wilh Dressing and parlor bureaus, Fofa, rnrd centre nd
pier tald. n,iptnshii9i rhellculers what nuts and cnniojl
dres.nnd nllkindnf fahionallc work. Ills stork of
bureaus, enclosed nnd common wnh stand, drem,,
tables, corner rupimards. sofas: break fait tables, bed
Mends, enne sent mid common chairs, is the (nr. est in
in 1-9 section oi me country, nr! WH nlso keep n pootl
nsnnrlnifnl oflnokmR Klasea with fancy pi It nnd com
mon frnmes- ll will nli fiunifdi sprinir uuiresses
fltle.ltonny slr.e of brndstend, which nre juipenor for
uii lui'im uiiumiin iui i iu nity pLMi ill iinf.
lloonuburg April 8lli, 1M4
SIJION U. BIIIVE,
car A PHYSICIAN'.- LEGACY TO
'The ijh.ry of a nttnu man
Ik Ins ntrenj,tli "
(Frem Ihe Si n da if J)ixpattlt JVVtf York,.4u 2.1P57)
Our readers nre nwnre Hint nu'seldnm, ir rvi-r, re
rommend tiny medical publication, i f not en-toi ted bv
tin very highest nitihon y. An nich tin inrtanre we
may mention Dr. t'n.vthWELL'ii pat, pultitction vn Jftr
rous Debility and oilier veaknefe$. the rrmill of early
indiscretion. It is n small hut valuable pamphlet.--1
1 1 prrparallons the lUntiskiuioa" nn "Nr-bvink"
nru imjycotHidrredthe sojeiitid only elltctual rcmedie
ex'oiil (rt die complaints rrlerredin.
!la iVivinwrM.s Hcminu. UrjrMrtTon AND ItnVAt,
NtuviNi'. Ihe miverr-igii reiiieili" lurHemiiial Weak neio',
Hitiral DeliiliU', I in potency, I u v ol milar) I'miM-sinn,
Tilew, JVc ,re ler sale bj most cl' the I aiiinj; l)rusiviu
in tho rmtniiy.
Dr C'd rAMpiiLKT.ns nbnve, rnelainliii? full mMref
fnt the one nl Fpennalnr t In n, , tun be bud in a
secure unvt I-pe, by cnphMiji n iamp o
Dr. Cll.ilM;H J. C. KMVII,
ltit Avnue, corner IDlh Stiett, Ntw York, Voi V.ox
No.4Vfi. Uuue I 5,
Hcoty(,ie5r 1 1
OopkTns' City Motl,
NO. 3.7 NORTH THIRD STREET,
Mjvo lUm lUut, Sormtrlij 'FMll.t; 1IUTF.L,"
fpllli under finned his Inken the nlmve uelhkllourf
J II mine mi .1 Ion? and l.ivorab eleaie, and h.n ren
ovati'd and rurnihet it enlircly anew, nnd in ntnti n
ktylenud manner as will give fl.ti fj.iion to all vvh
iii.iv iM'cone hf tf.utrt
(jcntlemeii who witi can te furnished a room nit I
supplied will) ineam nt their plcaxure. I'oni a l.irjio
Cesisiurant nml la 1 i 111 H.itoon altaUieil,in tbn l.uru
penn plait," ,'ir at the hotel lablu, ut regular hours us
'hey may depire,
ITit The pnnrielor fl.ilten himself that no hntise in
Philadelphia Hull Ftirpasn the comfort atid aiteutiuii
winch will be found attheO'ty Hotel.
June U, 1857,
MARiiiAflK numn ItV DU, WILLIAM VOUNfll
M Altlt A.GU (JUItll'. I.V DU, WILLIAM YCUNU.
sMAUUIAOn (lUiDH IIY Hit. WILLIAM ()L'i(L
MAUKMfJi; niiini: by dk, William youmi.
MMlllMCi; LL'lllL ItY Jilt. WILLIAM Y(H)S(;.
m a uitiAt; 1: (ininn iiy du william ouN(l.
sVAjtujAci: ;i:;iu: iiy int. win iam oiino.
MAUKIAOK (IlllDn-YOUNtl'B (JHKAT
"SSTNlMIYHIOLOtllUAL WOUK Till! I'OCKLT
3AOULrtI'IUd, or Cver Orm his own
J-k- Doctor, by Wm, Yocno, At D. It is wriiim
in 4pl,ijti lajiiase lor Hie general render, and i IIIiih
l rated iv ith upwartUol one hundred iiib ravines, All
young people, or those contemplating innrringe, nnd
hxviop thu least Impediment to inanied life, should
read this book. It djf clones strrerts that evrry 011 h
Miould boacqtialnlettwith: still, it is a book thut mum
be kept locked up. and not lie aboutthe house. It v ill
be sent lonuy one on Ihe receipt nl twenlyHvn rents
Address, DU, WM. YOUNfl,
lS'JPprucc street, above l'otirtli.
Ahs 2fl, 1857 riiiladelphla,,ra.
RLOOMSUURG ROOT AND SHOE
THE undersigned respectfully infoims the citizen?
of llluonifliur; and Ihe public in ccneral, lha't liu
has opened n '
Root and Shoe Establishment,
In ihe white buildlmr, nn Main street, nboVo Else's
& Wll'on's iiakery, wnero ho nas conitaniiy on liand
a lurjfe assortmeiit of '
Roots, Shoes, Goiters, &o.,
And will makeup woik to order on short notice Ills
long eipenenci! in the business, unit general know',
ledge of the antio, tl, people, will enable liiiil In
render satisfaction lo nil his customers, ond sjiould
secure hiui patronage which ho hopes In merit. r
ntooinsburg, May 3, c57.
1TJE subscriber bavleir rnuoved his NnrJite Yonl
r,,or nrnr l!miri 1,0 nm houhi wet cur
ner of MAIN and MARKET streets, In Rupert's How.
whsro he Is prepared to furnish all kinds of ,
yin: MONUMENTS, Cradlo Tombs. Itox Tomb,, and
Head Stones i,r every description. Ills stock , ol tho
best k lua, the workmanship not surpa'tcd bynnv In
tho country, and at low prices. Call and Judge for
fS" lie will also furnish Table nnd nurcnii Tops,
? .' . Imuies, ,Uase Corses. Lmtles, cud Bills
for Wini'ons and Uoors, at n low figure. T
Tbankful for past favors, wu hope for a continuance
or the same.
IHoomsburg, April 4. I857Cin
ROOT AND SHOE MAKING.
I'llE umleralsneil. Ih.nklnl fnm tt.a l.i.nnl
, ........ ...v, ,,0 ,,u. UWII lavuiti U
years goneby, would infoinihls friends and
'custuuiels, 'hal lie continues lo manulacluiu '
n,lrn,m,n will, ulil.h 1.. . I, ...... ... , .
Roots and A'iom,
At his old and well.knownstand, on Main street,
uiooiiisburs, In all their various and forms, in good
sly le and on mud crate terms.
HI, long ciporlence In tho mtsinosa, nnd general
snowledgeof thu renple of Columbia, puply, super
added ton filed determination lo render aulisfaeliun
tonllhisciistoiners.fhouldsecurehlni iucreased pa.
I rpnagu which fie Iidpes4a merit.
JACOU J". IIIETERJCK,
n.loomsburg, Match 10 ik,7. "
nicccor, nil being cltlr.on.nl tho rJtntc r IWv .V
nla,nna ,elnsdrlto,i, or ncpilrmt nn,l tnliy 'Z ,'
i .viiiiitiii .t'ciirici, nr ti,e,.iin
, ijouiiui uonimnti ricn.
inn .,, ipa pronoj,l minor if "T leOermnil lirinr,,;.
rilL'ImrcU In Illooin.Uur,," In i, ownhl i of Ml "n
IllHl county of Culunib .l, pecllin?ll,ci,l,Jeinrllclo"'
JOHN HQLL. No HI North Second street abovo
Importer of Toys- and Fancy Goods,
Ilaslho largest asBOrtmenll of Curlosilies In Ihe city.
Toysof nil kiiiila,l'ancy.ilaski'ts,SnokePipes,Tobario
lloies. Violins and Hlriiigs.'Hirmonicas, Accnrilenna,
and n lir?o variety of other aitlclcs too numerous to
Slurekcepersand others will plente call bclort pur
Aug VJ, IM7 3m
TT EW NO i .MACKEREL Juit received al