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Saturday Mornin&Mar. 12,1004. ;
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SIho First National Bank ofBlootns
turg woot into operation oa Monday last,
SrT Any person desiring some seeds of
tho Tobacco Plant, can be sajplied by
balling, on Col. Freer.
AST A contctnpoory has a correspond
sut crho writes to congratulate the new ed
itor that his paper has very much im
proved. Heaven knows, there was ubun
'dant room for improvement,
iSy-Tho mansion Farm, late of Frank
lin MoBrido, dcod., in Hemlock township,
containing a littlo over ninety nine acres ;
was on Tuesday Inst, sold to Isaao G.j
Pursel, Etq., for SO, 188 71 by the ad-'
uiinistrator of said Estate. ,
ESftlnlumbiu count? osciHien the draft.
1 . ... , . . . '
1. ..-,.. tills,. 1 tJ nllnln nn im ni.a
tumult; iiuuu ii iiuu.it uy
Tho above paragraph is not true. Fivo
or six tjwribliips in tlw county, have tilled
their quota, leaving some eighteen cr
"'twerit yet in tho draft.
TltH Spuing Ei.EOTloNtt. The upttug
elccliutis nil) take place on the third Fri
dav Metb") of March. Theso ate inmor-
tant.ospsomlly so far us tho choice of . epoo" cn J in not mo people, witn
judges and iuspoetois of elections is con- out tc'r'1 ,0 cli1ucs) oeet their local
coined. Our Democratic Wends through-' t0WIIffhiP o,r'0cr3 UP0D tlie broa'1 basis "f'
out the country should give early attention tlluir pnoity and Qtncss ; and see to it
to tb'n ni.itter ' tliemsclves'that they vete for the bent uiau
. . .. i r.ithor tliau thoso who havo been not up
A SunartTtiTi; Foil I'oas. Eggs aro for them as candidates,
now retailing at 'JO cents u dozen, and! "
can hardly be obtained at that. As a Resolutions on Vallandigham.
matter ol general interest wc will stale that
corn Unroll is nil excellent substitute for
eggs for culinary purpose!, oiu poo u ful
of corn starch being reckoned as
n singlo egg
C-2T Wo roiniud our readers tlial the
.facility of the Democrat office are not ex
celled by uny e.-tabliflinieiit in North Wes
tcru Pcniisylvana for doing Job 1'iint
ing. l'er'ons iu need of vendue Hills,
Election Tickets, Bill Heads, Blank', or
any kiud of Plain or Fancy Printing, will
'find it to thvir advantage to give m a
03Thu Epicopali.ius havo it in Con
'tcmplation to build a now Church in
Hlooinsburg. All tho denominations havo
buildings, new within a few years, iu which
Ouch was materially assisted by all llio
others. The Church PtOplu nro behind
in that re-puct aud they etriaitilv very
much need n msv edifice. We trut tliuy
may be en; bled to erect one which shall
honor the Divine Builder, be a credit to
ilu'insolvcn, and an ornainout to the town.
&2T The Legislature at its last ar.-.iion
passed an net, aiuhoiizing the court:, of
Common Pica to compel tho recording of
..Deeds, ifci' , and. tho defaulting p'arl'es to
bo at all tho costs, not only of tho record
ing, but alrio of the proceedings
So much trouble ha! lati ly arissn about
lift titles to real estates hv rl.aou of ncrr-
ligence iu recording that homu such nieas-,
iires seemed necessary. These who nrej
wise will take the hint !
H ; M
CSJ-TIm fjllowin - in referreuce to the
bad conditio! ol uur street , we clip from
the S'.ar, and add that wu honu the neo-
'plo of Woo.n towuship will see the pro-j
-priety of elooting at the coming spring !
election, supervisors, wurthy of the oliice, j
and tho.a who will see that our streets '
.and side walks arc kept iu order. The '
b'i't-ra sayi : "Our streets aud alleys need
'lookiu'j; after. They never were in a'
... ... . .
more wrctejicd condition than they appear
to uo in tins bpnui;, Unuer tue super
vision of tho lato men who had control of
'dial matter they did net improve but ret
rograded.'1 SSJ Spring has como according to the
'T!a!oudar ! and we arc heartily glad ol it
There aro pcoplo who prefer Wintor to her
gentle sister ; and who grow enthusiastic
over her many rouh iuhospitablo points.
They ay tho air in Winter is so bracing,
tho beautiful white suov is so puro and
delicuto, tbo icicles eo glittering nnd fen
tsatic, and everything el.-, so invigorating
and inspiring. Wo aro not ona of these,
To bo euro tve seldom grumble a9 regard
to the adveut of winter i but it is simply
.becauso said grumbling would do no good.l
If wo could have things in our own way,!
Wintor, with her bracing air, &o., would 1
bo banishod to Siberia iu tbo twiuki'tng of j
an eyo. Tho Wiutcr thnt has just taken
her departure, was not what could be called j
n vcrysovcre ono although oharactctized t
by brief periods of frightful weather.
Pleasant anticipations of aprroaching
beauties, are already beginning to thrill us.
Wo are longing for tho coming of tho
sweet-robins, of blossomintr trees, of ver
dant fields, of warm April showers, to bo
l l IJ l:l I .ir
-.uiiuwcu uy guiacu tuungui, uvnaiiijuig
everything in nature, of Bweot wild .flow
or., ecrambling over tiny meadow knolls,
or modestly hiding their charmiug beau
ties within the quiot ravines of the forest,
and of deligbtlul pic-nios in tho graud old
woods. Yes 'tis pleasant, to thing of these
. things almo.it as ploajant aa to 'realm!
tbem-and thry ara eojoyed with paouliar
dish,, following so cIojs upon the grra
sxparioucej of Arioier.
Jacob Dieul, of thu Exohango
Livery Stablea of this place lost one of I
Lis iron grey match horsei by death on
The Game Law. Tho gatno law fixes
a penalty of SO upon noy person who kills
or destroys certain birds out of season, as
follows : Partridges from tho 1st of Feb-
ruary to the 1st of October; woodcock
from tho 1st of February to tho 4th of i
July". It is during tho tirao named that
the species nro propagated, and to destroy 1
, , ill, i
thorn at that timo tonds to their total ex
Unction, henco tin law for their protea
I jtSJ-Wo go oil) year after yoar In tins
(good township, of Bloom, electing local'
offiuers, and yet, tbo trcets are dirty, and
the alleys obstructed, and unhealthy with
dt'caviuj; animal and vegetable matter;
drinking in defianoo of tho law, under tho
very nose of peace officers, by intomporato
persons ami bojs, is permitted ; and night
'is made hideous, and tho public and pri-
:.. .t: 1 i..s i
vuiu.uuuuu laui.-uuiuou uy unuiivtiii iuu
dies; to tbo tllfgiaco of tho town, and the
disgust ol citizens ; even of those who aid
ed in such elections ; Men havo boon put
into positions who havo been obliged to
resigu, tor lack of capacity to execute
Is that ftatc of things to continue.; or
will the men who havo tho power, -put in
1 to office competent, responsible, and re-
'J he following resolutions w're present
ed and adopted eta late meeting of tho
Dlconibburg Local Senate.
PttEAMnLE Whereas, during thu pror
ent eri:i.i thiough which our country U now
pshsiug, il liccoines the absolute duly of
every uiau to t.liow tho position in which
lie itauds, regardless of parly and party
j liciolvcit. That the period has arrived
when every truly loyal citizen considers
' 0. L. Vallandigham a traitor of the rank
' est die, and uo more to be respected by the
loyal Nortb.than Jetf Davis or any of bis
' JUsoltcd, Thct .wo l.-o cou.-ider all
j those irrc.pectivo cf pnity, .that synipa
tlllZU Willi I lie arcll traitor V allanuitrnaill, I
by iri viiii fuuds for -his support, or col.
leo'ing names for the same, no less traitors
than he, and all papers lhat aro endeavor
ing to elicit sympathy for him directly or
iu'iiirectly aru no longer worthy of the pa
tronuge of an American citizen.
On motion of .Michael Wiuimovep.
an Abolition Senator, thu r.boro rcsolu
i tiGiis weio nrdered to be printed in tue
, oounly p.spi-rs, iogefber with the yeas aud
n?ys. The yeas woro ,14,; and .nays 2,
t s follows :
! Jri. Deckle v.
Unvon, Ely, Poller. Verry. P. S. Kishil,
' Pouniau, Jamison, C. A, iMoysr, E. 15
Rrower, W. 11. Abbott, ami ll.-unet.
j iV'iys. P II. Freeze, and A U. T.itc.
i Tin; above vote showi tho feelings and
j eeutiments of tho majority of the members
, of liie Senate. fXlic 14 yeas are all abol
j itionisis ; nud when the people of this
i county, who are somowhat acquainted
iwiih the antecedents of these nentlcmcn
read 'tho vote, -it will be appreciated at
i'u full value.
ftso' Soldiers, seo to your own health do
net truit-to the Army supplies ; Cbolf-ra,
1'ovor and Uowcl complaints will follow
)our hlighteat iudiaeretion. Hollowey's
Pills and Ointment .should bo in every
man's. hnap-aok. Tho lJritich and Frcnoli
ttxops uc no other inudiciuc. Oulv 30
cents per bos or pot.
Pif-Jirown's ISrouoIiial J roches, for
ww-uiiiiutvumr.i UHiiuuiiiy UUW JL3 IU III IU I W
Diadors, havo proved U,eir efficacy hy a
yougllD,vOias,l uiinonary unci ASttHliatlC
tust ot'i'.iany years, and have rofcived les-
timonials.froni eminent men who have um-d
.RECEIPTS FOR FEBRUARY,
The following payments have been made
to thu Columbia JJtmoeral office, during
the mouth of 'February, 18C4 :
Ceil Hubert P'ruiing, ID ID'S Winner, hy O. V
5 00 i
7 00 ,
I 0(1 I
a no -
J -st-e Shoemaker,
if uo(w, j ueiuiciuait
E-lof luu cliiiman,
Est of Peter Hess,
Hev. J F Ult ltericlt,
'.' mi Est of I) Shuinan.
J uuS.Malrimouial paiiies,
C Ouhucob eln-l'iart.
1 "5ilicliardbo'n'a Agency.
I ?a$Johu.L Oavis.
1 oUilii'ti. Appleimtu.
eajJacob 11. Frill. E'.
Peter li. Fiec2e. M I)., I lltild.-orgi! .Miller. Esu
1 TatAaroii .Miller.
Cms. II. Hess, Esu..
I T.'ijli. It Applemaii.
1 15' Amos II. liartmau,
e Ud .Oifieon Meeker,
8 1)0 -Sidney Slater,
,1 li 'Cornelius U.-ll.T,
I l'tt;E!isha II. Hartmau,
I ?J J. C. llagei-mau,
4 Oil j.Montiiur Couiily,
I "SiJoJin Uten, Jr.
I Taileo. W. Freeze,
8 b'J 'Lawrenco Cronln.
i Charles Michael,
j Moses Everl. I,
I Andrew Sliuman, Ca j
' Lieut J J. Kerns,
t-UMIUll r, -It,)', Ks- ,
Wui o C.eary,
John filrtuii,vllenilocli;- aiiilMward Unaugtt,
Ellas II Igor,
i ooijoiin i.iriou, tiieni I
3 MO John Mordau.
1 75 (J E. Sands, Est.
1 73', William Hams,
I 7.5 (0. 'P. Shuiiian,
21 IHlHIbV. Ed. Murray,
'i lid T M. Cox,
D.IO 00 to. c W. Kreamer.
'.' CU (Nelson Kilchen,
1 75 W.dvvard llesry,
S SO Jacob yeislott,
3 UOjJamea N. Stiller,
tl IDS William Kreamer,
1 7j!Io1iii '.eisloft,
4 SdiEs. of Oeo. Haituian,
G esiElinsDictericli, Esq.
2 fie;Es. John Urnvvn, Sr.
1 00 Win. E. Sterner
E li Harthian,
Thus Holluway, M.
Philip Cool. Esq,
iieui a B Alien,
II AFarver. (HI.)
at it itniiicy.
Eat nf John Andersoa 2 nuSLivlunstoii llhone.
Wiilliam Winlertcen,3 JU',Jncob W. Uieleiick,
Noah Criles. 6 esi.MaJ, JJciucu.
( Wo Hunk our friends most cordially for their ron
tlnued II beral support of Iho Coluuhu Dciiociut. It
Is tn those who promptly pay that we are indebted lor
tho means of successfully prosecuting our lame and
increasing busi ness, and we sincerely trust limy who
are our real friends willcontlnue tholrltberal patron
age. Wo havo many riulant subscribers, lo whom wo
have sent blilr, but upm tvliuiu wo cannot call in per
on for lbs purpose of mating coilccilons, and vi
ijtin appeal 13 such of ihim, i its inieV.s-i, 13 riatt
piymsnt the mail j
CAUEFULLY OORtlKOTED WEEKLY.
WHEAT, per bushel.
corn, " "
' FLOUR per bhl.
HAY by tlia ton.
UUCKWUEAT Flour. 4 00
CHICKENS, per pair. 33
"lONSUMPTIVU Suffer! will rccclvo a valuable
vpreseripiion .for tho euro of Consumption, Aithma,
Ilronchlllv and all Throat and Lung atfeciloni, free
of charge, hy sending their address in
' IIIJV. I!. A. WILSON.
VVililamsburfh, Kings Co., New York.
January 53, 1804. Uw,
Important to Married Ladies 1
TRULY A BLESSING !
t will cn!,.riUE or ctunciK. In any Lady whn will
end In her liamo anil address, dlrcctinti liuvv tn tru
vent tli r oxtremo pain of Oil I !.! Ill ItTH ; aim how tn
havo perfectly healthy anil hcautlfgl Children j alio
one other now and IMPORT NT SECRET, Uio only
tire ami safe remedies ever discovered.
My object In making the obovooUerli lo Induce every
nay ii lest my remeiiics.
Address MADAME DULENTAUX. M. II.
Feb 7. Ml. 3in, 707 Broadway, New York City
fHH CONFESSIONS AND EXPE-
I HlENCEOFANEUVOirs INVALID.- Published
for Ilia benefit ami its n (.aullnii n young nieii, ami
others, wlio i utter frinii Nervous llebllitv. linilv Decav.
and their klmliuil nil niunt nupply Ime llivuncniiit of clf.
rure. uy one who lias cursii iiiiuscn niter iieing a vie
tl tn of iiilDlacf!t coiifltltmct) In medicnl humbug and
quackery, lly unclosing n post-paid illrccteil envelope,
single ci)ies may ue iiau m 1110 nuinor.
NATII NIKl. M.m'AHt,
Ueilfuril, Kings rniinty, Nuw-Vurk
January 51. I?03 I y.
PI'.MAI.ESI KKMAI.EHtl I'llMul.l SIM
I'f that Hnfe. Tl .usam Ili'iui'Jy known aa IIF.I..M
IHil.D'rt EXTUAOT IIUCMir, fur all comnlaints inclil
ent ts the H'X. No fuinily nlmulil to iliont it, uii'l
liuue will u lien nuce irieii ny iikih. u is ihm
Y YUUNO AMI 01,11,
lu llio ilecllno or r lunge of life, lu fore anil after Mar
rlagu ilurlng anil lifter cnuf.neuieiit. to htreugtheii the
Xe rvcti. re. tore Nntiiru to lt nroner channel, anil in
l2orate t hit broken tluwu Uoiittltuiliiu.frum vtlulovcr
ciiisc uriglnatliig. . .
llrfB NO .MOl'.U U OIl I'll LESS FILES I
lini.MI10I.irS EXTRACT 1IUOI10.
See Adveillsement iu nuoilier coluum Cut nut, anil
semi for It.
Uniformity of Prlcci ! A Nrw Feature In IIussIiipm
r.vnrv one IiIh own sjalesniaiil JfIN EB c I'M. of the
Cieoeuttlne Price Clothing titore. Nu. eol .Markctsttect
hhove Bittli, l'hila.li lihl.i,
Iu it.liiitluii tn having ihn largest, most varied anJ
f.iililonublo stock of Clothing in I'liilailt'lpltiu. mailnei
prosfly lor retail pales, havo cuneiituieil every one
iili own galemati, by having marked iu figures, on enoii
itrllcleat the verylnwo.t price it can do sold for sollii-y
cannot punilily ary,fi must buy iillsc.
Tim goods are well sponged and pi. pare! and great
pains taken villi the making so that nllcuubuy villi
tilt- Jill assiiraura ol getting n good article nt tlie very
lovt'st price. Also, a large slnrk of pUcegood6 on hand
of the l.tteal style and best qualities, which will be made
to order, in the most fashiouablu and host manner, -j
per cent, below credit prices.
Ilemeuibur the Crescent, In Maikot above Siitti street
'JUI. JONES & CO.
THE NEW VOKK U'EEKLV HEKALD.
j Cheapest I'iipfit- iu (lie World.
1 r3,lIE extciiiivo and comprehensive tacil
Hies in its passessiun enables the Proprietor of
' th Weekly Herald le guarantee tile lat.'ttt nini iuot
reliable informalion possibly tube obtained, not oti'y
from all parts ol'llie Coiled Stales but from all parts
of the world.
I Its homo correspondents, engaged at heavy cnsi.und
conuccitu " iia eacn new unvai ami miiiiary expeni
tiou.oi me goverumeiii. prove mat it is tn.ii'rmint'U 10
leave no spot uticoveredhj in operations and nu event
mti nrrnr'lli.'il Ml.iitl.lut thi.l liiinte.ll.Tte rpnnrt in its
columns. It costs tlm proprlol-jr over out; hundred
thousand dtdlnrs per year tu maintain ilo corps of cor-
responuenis n uiu iijiu.
in Us coiiaiit'ii ol foreign .ews ine ncraiu lias inr
futuro to nmiutain the stand it has assumed. It has
gpi'cial rorrespondents vMtloued in all of thu principal
C'"u lolegraphi'ciirraiieeiiiriilj extend to wherever the
ftUtiUL Wjri-a lift) CltUiltU. tt IHJtl lilU iMItlllllC lIlIMf '
Fp'irling Maitt-itt. Husl.ii-.s, 'lheatrieal and Financial
lleport, Cttile MaL-'.' ti,. Gturr il N.'Ws.au.l i. ports of
all events i.Uctilali-d to form nu exci.lleiit uietroiuIitau
nivpaper a weekly pholxgraphic v Irvv of lu t ev elits
of the world and all ,'.t;i.vry low pric.
Thu ViVt-Kly lloiiil.l i i.eu.'M ev ur.v atl.-day morn.
ing, and furnisli.-tl x.1 t-.e to!l"Wiu? itttes : -
I line copy. v- 1 Five copies. Q-
1 nrett copies. a J hi itipies. 13
Ativ larger number, addrtaied tn nau:ei of -aubr-cri-Net-,
SI oil e.ich.
An extra Copy vv ill be sent to t.vt'ry club of t"n.
'i'w eoty t tipii , i- tiiie ailtiri -s, one yc-ar, SJj, and
any larirer number at same prim
An entraiopy will b" sent n.cluba oftwiiily
A'lveriiseineiitn in a limited number will he inserted
iu thu Weekly Herald.
The Duly llm ii.d, Hiee ct-iits rr enpv. Ten del.
Ihee cents er copy.
Inrs par year for thru) hundred an. I .ivt,.-ihree issues
1 ive uuii ird ror sit moitths.
Two iloll.tr and lifiy
cents fur three months.
JA.V1EH tlOUDON nUNSETT,
Editor and Proprietor.
Noithwesl lorucr ol Fulton And Nassau strcots
New -York Citv N. Y.
There aro us travelling aeins for tlia iieruld.
.March i, lSiil.-Sts.
V virtue of a writ of liuiin Innins. tn
.uiti directed issued out of Iho Court of Ctminiwu
Pleas of Columbia I onnty, w ill hi evpo-itd tn public,
sal-, o,i llio premlsos, iu l.ueust lowinhip, Columbia
coilitiy. on Tu.'nd.i.v lit" 'J.' l of March, l-ol, at in n'.
clink in tho forenoon, llm following described propcily
All tint certain trai t or parcel of land situate in Lo
w.t loniiMhip. I'uluiiibm couiily, t-iuitaiiiiiig 110 acres
more or less, IIIU ai res of wliit-ti are improved laud,
bounded and described as follow, to wit: on tho wu;t
bv latins ol iiraei Uetfy, oil thu north bv lands ot
Jacob Driimh, Uer. t u the cist by lauds of Nathan On-
ble and olhers and on the south by lauds of l.ucas
, .11 II 1U Ullli lIU.LIfl, IWIVH.UII .1 u t rtku IS OUI Bl.JIV
STONE DWELLING HOUSE,
, A largo ii-aniC IIAU.V, with all uecessury outbuildings
Willi tlie appurtenances.
Seized, laUeii'in exerulioii and to bo sold as the pro
perly oi.josepu u. i.vioy.
SllentVi. Oliice. I
Hlooinsburg, .Mar. o, Irbl. 1
$225. SEVEN OCTAVE $225.
Grovesieen & Co., -109 Rroadway, N.Y.
TVTEW. ENI-AHQEO SCALE PI ANO-FORTES, Willi
1 all latest improveuienls.
Thirty yo.ir' exporieucu with greatly Increased fac
litit s for manufacturing, enable us to sell for CASH ut
tho above unusually low price. Our instrument nt.
reived the highest cward at the World a Fair, and for
five successive years at the American Institute. War
ranted live years. '1'tuM.t tivt c.tJU. Call or sJliJ fur
Mnrch-5, leOl. 3in.
AD MIXISTH ATO R'S NO TICE .
Estate of George Adam Welch, dec" d.
LETTERS of ndiiilnistratlon on the Esloto uf Ueorgo
Adams, late ofOouyngham two. Columbia .o.,r((r'.,
Iiaveheen granted hj the lli'itr of Columbia ni.,to tlto
uiideriigut d , all porsous having claim. agniiiltui) es
tate of the tlercdi-nt are requested lopr-aeitt lliemto
the iin.l.'rsigr.cJ, at 1 is resideucii lu said township,
vv nhoiit uelny, and all pcrMiuc iinluMe.l lo make pay
HE.VUY IJAHLE. Adtn'r.
March 5, lfiii. fiw $!.
ADillNISTltATOR'ii NO I ICE.
Estate of Joht Drown, Sr., dec'tl,
Ir.lTEIlSof admliiistintiou on the Estate of John
sHrovvn, Sr late of Millliu twp Loluiubiu Co., dec'tl.
have been granted by the Register of Colitmbiaco., to
tiia undersigned i all persons having claims against Iho
estate of llio ile.;edctit aro requested to .present them lo
the Administrator at Ills resilience in said town
ship without delay, slid all person indebted lu make
GEOUGE UP.OWN, Adinr's.
Mirch5, ISfll.-Bvv 8J 00
ITaat Horses for Sale.
1WU UUUIJ OXife.
BOAT HORSES. J-'
i Sale. Trained
the Canal. Apply to tho
February (, I Bfi4.
LUxliiEK Vull SALE.
A lot nt hawed and sawed Timber, fuil -
able for building a lloue r,r Dsin art i 3-. will
loir and rafters, will b tld ehsap ul apoliMtlnt ,a
tils f.ilffl ss, Vi, It-sil,--.1st,
BLANKS! RLANKS! !
Of j?ry deiariprloo for sal? at ,hn offi
is ,u I, which It at Mill soon be ncrouipli-lied, te .- tv. TIIlsEI', isIIOA IS
grams v. Ill be rer iv,-,l fr.i n Eu-opean.l Asia, as well ' 'Si , . , ,., - P I
world regularly mid -1-a.lj lr.1.1 :4.'..i-. ih.t... fciuec-p, 11.1.V "'V Uio lor), -jrj.
Tut ..ropnelor tie . '.. a pmlion of the paor tn Lit. Com-f.ili.er ami Mrnv. by the llund r.
- ! 1 1 i,. .1.. n '..'..!. ... I ..... 9,.rlM.. IV n-l'li. nil" l ml. I'.I.ICkriinlil '1 liuls,
V , .a 'M I
Edittr of tbo
Valuable IScal Estate.
IN puriuance nf n tinier ir lua Orphan' Court of
Cnlumhla county, mi
batttriatj, lite, vim dau or March next.
at 10 o'clock In the f nrcnoon. Ja" l H. Evanr, Admlnla.
trator, Ac. nr Jllcliaul Wlittenleht. late or Mcmloclc
tnwimblp. In Ktxiil county, iltccnii".!, will etpoio to
ale, by Public Vomlu '. mi the prciiiisoi, a certain
Situate hi llnintock town. bin, l.'oluinbla county, ad-
joining lamia 01 aucnaei "in,
on lim nriniii nun iveflli
Mnlhlaa Whltenlsht on tlia
Siuitli I the helm of Itnbert
.Moiitgomery on the Norlli
nml the hclrJ of Feter Foil' '
FIFTY ONE ACRES
AND TWENTY EIGHT PEltCIIES,
principal part Improve. I land, thcro I J on the promise) a
AND DANK BAUjV,
Late tho Estate of said deceased, situate 1
In the totvnihlp of Hemlock and cotinly uforesald . "
JESHE COLEMAN. Clerk.
Illoomaburg, l ckrtiary 'J, uoi.
Condithns o; Sale. '
Ten ncr rent of llio nun hasu luunev to be naid tn the
aiiiuiniirntor on nay in sale.
unu rutittn or uiu naiaiico or puicnaao mnnoy .tula
litl on the euuflrmatlnn of Bale. '
J3 resume 01 ine purro.ise money 10 no pam in one
year from continuation of sale, ti ith interest, j
The deferred payments to be secured by bonds ami
utmtcngt! on Uiu premises, The pur. baser in pay fori
the ennvoyance. JACOll S EV'ANH, I
lllonimhurg, t-'i-ii. ID, 1EI14. Is, Administrator. I
First Spring Arrival
I ? 'YOU 00BS AT
THE UIU UT PRICES,
J. J. BROWER'S
witcnn you will find
Muslins at 20, 25, 30, 38 aud 45 cents.
Stripes (J- Checks ul 35, 33, 40 fy 50 els.
Calicoes at 10, 18, '20 and 20 ccifs.
American $ French Dilainfs, 25 to 40.
(Ju'jd line Alpatcusi)' Ludics opera Clutlis.
Carpctn ! Carpets '. ! Carpets ! '. !
A 1'HESll LOT Or
A NEW STOCK OF QUEENS WARE,
And all its ctcctora'a usually kept.
Call and Examine.
llioarcsburg. February C, 180-1.
' r-,IT1, , . , .,, .....
rpiIE UudCTSlUcd .Will CZ-pOSO to Sale at
H l,.l,lf Vt.ttiln... tlm onronnl nronertv of Joseidl
Hagerman, at his Intu reldcm.u, in .Mailisun tmvnmip
I Columbia cuuuty, on
At.,,,,,, 1 . -.,, toei
' oaiuuuAi, iuaw u '-uu i.,
The follotvlug described va.u.tble
( """ t
I OllC SJOOfl RlI'IK! COWj
ni:mvY Aiiv.ll taud Vise. -Atso, lieds and IU-dding,
oini 'I'aliie. Cupboard. '.ml Stove, one rnoai-Smvo and
tiil'wi'h 'Ii 'van' .If'C
Furniture luu iiuiiit rous to mi'i.tinti.
Zr Mile to conjmi'iu-e -it IU o'tlork, a. m of f-al'l
day. when attendance will ho given ami renditions
t t. i t:. ii.i;i:itvi.v.
Wt. C. rSvviivia, Aiution-'fr.
Muliion to.v iiihip. Feb. JU, Ic-JJ,
Fourth &Arch Sts.
.KE OPENINfl FOIl SPllINO, Irfil,
1(10 pes. 31. Fancy SILKS, 50 pes. India Silks, il.
Ill i Cood lilack '.'nil Ordered Plain
S-i'J.s. 4 4 LYONS Hltick Silk VELVET,
liiown SILKS, Sli. 5. 4, 3, 2, I per yard,
lilack ' $d. 5, t, 3, a, I, per yard.
.Moiro AnliiJ ties, nil colors
Iticheat CHINTZES and PEIlCALt S. Spring Shawls
New Household Staple (lOolls.
1,'etieral assortmeiit uf .Men's Wear '
ainrcha HUL 'dm.
House and Lot
3? iiii SAB, Ei CMEAP.
,,, ., , . , ,r , ,, . , . . ,
T"f' " 'le"if'"'? 0(ri'r.H lu 1' " -lt Private sale, a do
' "1.ra,'.'li;"r I'lanl rejidenco located In Light
f-treet. trolumbia co,. about i.llus Nor 111 ofltiinms-
. . .... . ', ... ,,,,
liiiVir. on Mni i Street, and t-e'!r it tn hh .1 vtIIii,Te. 'l iter..
ia erected upon said premises a good
FRA.IIE inVEl.hlAG HOUSE,
with a tvell.fitted Sinie t!our nttached, with
FliVliil- .'in excellent well of water nt the dour, stable
and fruit trees and nil oth.r necessary coiiveuiences, in
u high state of cultivation. The Stn.-u House and stand
lire of the liist order, nnd present an excellent uud
eligible opening for thu Mercantile fusinuss. Thu
building has ait open glass front, under iiautisuineaviii
ing r.nd eitciuled ly Hinting shade trees.
Saul propt ny will bo sold at n bargain, or exchanged
for a small farm or other rent estate.
Light Street, Aug. 2!), lrr,3.
nr tl.ta f-iif. 1,4 iiodoohtetilv tliscovrreil ill hisrin
binatioii for Iho treatment of Dyspepsia emu of thu
grentest remedies that has ever been given tn mff
trluc huinanily: He has treated within Ihn past two
ve.ira aniitetliinir over nine tltousand ruses ill his llrl-
valu practice, many of which had deded the skill of
eminent piiysn'i.ius in i.uropu aao amt ricu, iiuu in
Iho above cases vvero of over twenty year3 standing.
Those who ure troubled with Dyspepsia would du
i wen loeaiiniuio imcior ouir... nu .. ....
' . r I, .. .,t-.nu. ...-,. It l.tr l..l.n.
Vlf " ire.' . i;..iii m ..,,,.nb. i.,,., ,.1.1.1,., .v....,
describing tho syniplonu. Dr Wielnrl'slreatiueiit pill
up in 11 secure package, with lull directions, Is sent by
express on tin n .-' Ipt of Six Ilrllars.
N. H In all cases where the disease has not become
chronic, Dr. Wisharl' Dyspepsia Pills aro all Unit is
reqtiireii. onv uy man on uio receipv 01 who o
t by i
Address Dr. L. U.
l.Uec. IV, inuj om.
VO ,j,L 1V1WM IT Mr C0.VC5..V.
Tho tindorslgrcd being n regularly "lice inert Auction- !
eer." hereby oilers Ins services .as smb. to nil who
limy feel disposed lo give Imu a call. His great expe
rience in I he business, will enable him to render satis-1
faction to his customers. At the sainetinieho Cautions 1
all Auctioneers, "not licensed," Iroiii follow lug said
calling, ac tlie O.ne llxcdiby the United Slates will
surely bo imposed, nnd tho law carried out to its full
Client, All persons dcairnig ioobluin uiy cervices, will
please inform mo to that cll'eit beforu ihey advertise. I
.J, D. it ICE, AucTiosri.it.
Light Street, Nov. 14, lfOH. !
Dr. Horlacher'3 Pamphlet. I
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UNITED STATES r
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Ill cuiuains a vast amount of useful Information.
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March 5, It-OL-Iui.
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Mutt ism -"
A HIGHLY CONCENTRATED
A PURE TOXIC.
DR. 0. M. JACKSON, Phil&dolpbU, Pa.
WILL effectually euro Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia,
Jaundice, Chronic or Nervous Debility, Dlseasst
of the Kidneys, and nil. diseases arising from a disor
dered Liter or tHouiacb.
' ns Constipa
tion, tnvvard Piles.
, Fulness of lllood tothi
j Head, Acidity of tho Stomach
i Nausea, Heartburn, disgust for Food,
I Fulness of weight in the stomach. Sour
nf the Stomach, Swltiimiiigcfllia llead, Hur
ried and UIDlcult Ureathlng, Fluttering at the,
, Heart, Choking at Suflocating Sensations when In a
Ijing posture, Ulmiies of Vision, Dots or Webs
! beforo the eight, Fever and Hull Pain in
1 ihn Head, Deficiency of Perspiration,
Yellowness of the H Kin and Kyes,
i'liti in tho Side. Hack, Chest
Limbs, ic, Sudden Flushes
cf Heat. Ilurning In llio
And will positively prevent Yellow rover, nillious
Fcvrr, &c. 'Jh ye nlnln no Alcohol or hail Whiskey.
They will cure the nbovu diseases in nlncty-nlno
cases out oi a miuureu.
Indued by the eitnsive sate and universal popu
larity of lloofland'K (lerman Hitters, (purely vegeta
bln.l hosts of ignorant (luarks mid tiiisrrupulcns ml
venturers, liave nprneil upon sutr.'ring hutuanlty the
Hood gales of Nostrums In Ihn shape of poor whiskey,
vilely compounded uith injurious drugs, and chris
tened Tonics. Stomach ies nud Hitters.
IhMvnrc of thu liinumarable array of Alr.oholia prep
paratinns iu plethnrir bottlt-s and big bclliotl kegs, un-
uer the inoiiest appellation 01 iiiuers; vvnicn insienu
of curing, only aggravnto disease, and Icavo the disap
pointed sunt r in uerpair.
IIOOFLAND'S GERMAN HITTERS!
Are not a new and nntrled article, tut have stood
ho test of fifteen years trial by I ho American public -,
ami their reputation and sale, arc ntit rivalled by any
1 he proprietors havn thousands of letters fsom tho
Testifying of their own persnnnl knnnledjc. to the
beneficial effect uud medical vlttues of these liilters.
Ho you icant ioitiiihirg to ttrtngthtii ycu?
J)o you leant a good appttitel
Do you leant 10 build vn your CunllilufiJn 7
Do you want to ful writ?
Do yoa vant lagtt rid of ntrroxineat
Do you leant tnersry
Dc yoa tennt 0 steep ietU1
Do you leant a brisk and riRorouifttUnp T
If you do, use IIOOI'LANIl'ri OEIl.N'AV IIITTEItS.
From F.te. J. Xcicton llroien, D. I)., Editor of tht V.ney
eloptdia cf Hcligious A'totccts.
Although nut disp'ised tu favor or ror.mmond Patent
Mcdiciuej in general, through distrust of their ingre
dients and erferts ; I .yetdcutiw of no surlirifiit reasons
why a man may not tidily to thu '.:. tH lie bt liev.-s
himself to have received from any simple iLrep.tration.
in the hojio that lie may thus contribute tutho benetil of
I do. tills tho uinje leadily in regard to Hootianil's
Oerinan Hitters, prepared ly Dr. C, M. Jicjtson, of this
city, because I was prejudiced ngaics: ti.em lor many
years, under lie impression thai they wore cliicCy an
altohollc inixturu. .1 am Indebted to my friend Robert
Mioeniakcr, Jls;)., for (ho removal of this prejudice im
proper tetts, ifid fur liucouragcmcnt to try them, when
sulleriug from great and long continued debility. The
use of three bottles of these Hitters, at the beginning
nf the present year, was follow d' ty evident relief,
and restoration to a degree of bodily and mental vigor
which I had not felt for sit months before, and bad nl
most despaired of regaining. I tlieri-fiue tnank find
and my friend for directing me to the use of them.
J. NEW TON UKOWN.
Philadelphia, June 2S, 1E01.
Tlitrr. art many prtpnrathns told under the nameti
Hitters, put m quart butttos, compounded of the cheapen
whiskey or common rum. easing jrom 2t) re 40 cents per
gallon, the taste disguised by .inise or Coriander itced. j
This class of Hitters lias caused and will continue
tn cause, us long a they can be .old, hui'tlreds to die
tlie death of the drunkard Hy their u-e tho system is
kept tnntinually under the iiitluunce of tleohulic stim
ulants of the worst kind, the desire for Liquor Is crea
ted and kept up, Mid Iho result is all the l.arrors at
tendant, upon a drunkurd life and death.
For those who desire uud will haven Liquor Hitters.
we pulill'Sli llio tallowing receipt, iit l .una bottle ol
ll,.r,tl-.,.,l' n,.F.,,., It.ltn.., ....I ..-Ml, ,i
of good brandy or .whifkey.' and the result will be a
iirc lartiiioii itiiii v,n j:ir vjlcki iu meuicai virtue anil
; . .it i , . ... . .
(itiu Ki'i i'iiuj uhy mil 'iiiir iiii itt'raua isHiunr iuierH in
tlia tiiarlui, ami will rnst tntif,I Us.i. Vou liavu
all Hit virtu'jj of Umiiiatiil's fitters fiicotii.f'clioii mtti
.1 snod iirtKle nf I,i i'jt,r. fit a much m prlco tiuii
ttiun'j inferior pri-i'arationd v coat jou.
ATTENTION SOLDIERS !
AND THE FP.IENE3 OF SOLDIERS.
We call attention to all having relation or friends
in the army to the fatt lhat "IIOOrLANII'S German
Hitters" will cure nine. tenths of the diseases induced
by axwosures and privations incident to camp life, lu
the lists, pnblMied ii'most tlaily In tile newspapers, on
the arrival of thu sick, it will be noticed Hint u very
largo proportion nro intfuring debility. Every case of
that kind can be readily cured by lluolhud's Ocrtitau
Hitlers. Diseases resulting Iriuu disorders of the t i
gestivo organs are speedily reilioved. We have no
hesitation in stating that, if these Hitler wero freely
u.ed umong our fcoldiers, hundred uf lives might bo
saved that other" Ise will b i lost.
Wo call particular intention to tho following remark
able and well authenticated euro of one r.f tli,- nation .
heroes, whoso life, lo use iiu own l.u.jt.ic, "Lu been
saved by the Uittere."
PiiiLsniLrinA, August 23, lC-J.
.Vftsrs.JonetJf Kvans. -Well, gentlemen, vt.ur Hoof-
I Wind's Gorman UiltLrs lias s.aved my life. 'I'here is no
inisuiKe iu this, it isvoiu-neti lor by numbers of my
comrades, some of whose names nro appended, and
who were fully cognizant of all tlie circumstances of
my case. 1 am, uud have been for llio last lour years,
a member of Sherman's celebrated battery, and under
thu immediate command of Capt P., II, Ayrcs. 'I'lirouch
tho cxposijrc ntteiidant upon my aidorotts tlutior, I was
attacked in November last with liifluiumatiuji of the
lungs, and was for seventy-two days in tho hospital.
I was then removed troiti tbo Whito House, and sent
to this cily on board tho Steapser "Sta c of Malf.e."
from which I lauded on tho -Jsta of June. Since thai
time I havo been about us low asany ono could be and
still retaln a spark of vitality, l'oraweek or more I
vas scarcely able to mviiIImw anything, nid if 1 did
forco a morsel down, it was immediately thrown up
I could not even kneiiaclaasof vvalor on mv stomach.
iiiiecouiu iioi insi unuer tuese circumstances : auu, nc
' curdiugly, Hie physician, who hud been Working faith
fully, though unsuccessfully, to resrue me from the
grssp of tli.t dread Arrher, frankly told me they could
i tlu no more for me, and advised me lo see n clergyman,
I and mnko such disposition of luyMniiitud funds ua best
suited (lie. An acquaintance wiio visited mo nt the
I hospital, Mr. Frederic!: Steinbrou, cf SiMh bcloi Arch
I Street, advised me, as u forlorn hope, tu try your Hit
ters, and kindly procured a bottle. From tho timi) 1
commenced taking them tlie gloomy shadow of i rath
'receded, aud I am now, thank God for it, getting better.
ThotiL'li I have tnken but two holties, I havo gained
leu pounds, uiid.I eel sanguine of being permuted to
rejoin my Wfo uud daughter, from whom 1 havo heard
Iiolhingtor eighteen months; for, gentlemen, lam a
1 loyal Virginian, from tlievuinity of Front Royal. To
v our valuable HI Iter I tivwt the certaluty nf lira winch
ha taken Hie place of vagtio fears lo veur Hitlers
I will I owe ilia glorious privilege of again clasping lu
' my hosoin tkoso who aru dearest to ma in life.
Very truly yours,
, ISAAC HA LONE.
Ve fully roacur in tin tri'th of tho obovo ilatcmenl
n wo had despaired of seeing oui :ouirade, Mr, .lia
lone, restored to health
John Cuddlehack, 1st New York llatlcry.
Ueoige A. Ackley, CuC, llUi .Maine,
Lewis Cheualier. !'2d New Yoik,
I. E. Spencer, l.t Artillery, Ha'.tery I",
i. 11. Fusewell, Co II, 3d Vermotit,
Henry II. Jerome, Co. II, no,
Henry T. MucUur.ald, i;o C, Oih Maine,
John F. Ward, Co. E.,5!h .Maine,
Ilejiitau Koch, Co. II. , 7'.',l New York,
Nathaniel II. Thomas, Co. F U.'th Peun.,
Andrew J, Kimball, Co. A., 3d Veruiuui,
John Jenkins, Co. II., lOlilh Peun.
DEW Aim OF LOUXrERFElTS.
See that tho signature of "C. M. JACKSON," is on
the Wsxrrcn of each bottle.
PRICE PEJl BOTTLE 75 CENTS,
OR HALF DO'.. FOR. 9 1 M.
Should your nearcit druggist not have llio article,
do not bi put oil' by any of the intoxicating prepara
tions that may bo offered iu its place, but scud to us,
nnd wo will lorwnrd, securely packed, by express.
Principal Office and Manufactory,
IVo. C!M Ardi Street.
Jones & Evans,
iSuccessors to C, M. JACKSON i Co.,)
IT roa sale by nrujtiti in Dtiitri In mry
n it iMfliaHM ttHMet
Tub Confederates ars again oonoeutra.
ting for an altaok upon Nowbern in North
Carolina. Thoio is great oonftern&tion tu
Tuere it nothing of impottinoe from th
Army of the Potomao. General Meade,
it is more than prbbablo will bo removed.
General Grant has boon sant for and is no?
Gen, LoNQ6rr.T tt is stated i. on bis
road to Uiehmond.
Tho death of Colonel Dahlgren, whs
took part in tbo expedition to Richmond
under General Ktlpatiiok n boon con
firmed. The bill poaponiog tho draft to the 1st
of April has beootpo a law having psss-ed
both Houes of Congress and reoeived tho
signature of the Prosidcnt.
CfiT Tbo Whisky Rill, as it hut at J n
gth p tcaod-both Iiousos of Coogreu, place-i
a tax ot blxty ccnt.i on all pirin to lm
manufactured until the first ol July, and
for iho timo thereafter, futuro lcgiilation
must provide. A lax of forty rents on
fore ga liquors i, however, added ; butk"
theru is no tax o( tho sto k on baud o
T 'S'SSiE fisASsSSiS !
DOTH MARRIED AND SINGLE.
Oldest Regulator for 5Vmrl6..
Iltl CIIEEi?EIAN'S FEMALE l'H.L-1
Will immediately relieve without iaiu, all dislu b'in
cc9 of the pi r Iodic I'ischarfe, wheth.-r nrivlng from t
laxutiott or suppression. They ntt like a charm iu re
moving the pains Hon m-rn'tipuny .'iilic lit or iiumodr
nt iin'11'iruatlon, and are llm only ..ate hh rcliabla
remedys'nr I'lutii,, Sick Headache, Pains in th- Loin'.
Hack and ,-ji.le... Palpi ation of tlu Heart, Nervous Pre
mors, Hysterics, Spasms, Hrok-n Sl-ep an I oilier un
ileasani an I tlaugr-rous otlVcls of an ui.rintiiral coudi
Hon of th-seinal four loin l't th Wor.t cases of
Fluoi Aibus, or Whites, they ell'scl a speedy cure.
1)11. CIIEHSHMAVS FEU U.I: PILL.
Havo been used over a Quarter or' it Century. They
are o'trt'd as the only safe nit .ins of r mowing inter
rapt'1 lueiist: uitioii, l.tit 1. a lies miit.rmr it: mind
tli tt, there is one condition nl ihi f 'li.ale . stun in
winch tho Pills cannot be taken without producing a
peculiar rc.ull The condition ref-ired to is t'regniiucy
Ihu result. Mi. carriage. Such l the irro.istllil- ten
dency of the medicine to le. lore tlie sexual function
to n normal condition, iliat even the reproductive puw.
cr uf nnturo cannqt resitiUt. Tluy cannot do harm in
any cilhcr s.ao'. '
wis. clees.em..in:.'9 r.viu.K pills.
Are tfce only llettlcine Uat nrrled nnd ."ingb Ladies
liave relied ii:mn.for many yefirs,or Kiur-'y upon now.
tlewnre of Iimtullmis I Tese IMIs lorm the Finest
Preparation ever put forward, with imtrie.tlate aud
Persistent siccess. HON'T HE Ol'.CniVI.I) Take
this ndverti-ement to your Druggist, and tell ltiin that
you want the best and most reliaiit.i Female Mcdicm
lu the world, which is comprised in
Hit. CHEEs.MAN'ri 1'EVIALE riLtJ3lll
The, have received, and are now receiving lh3 svn
ction of tut most eminent Pu)siciLiis iu America,
EXPLICIT lllltEi'l 1US with each liox, t price
One II. liar per liox, containing from M to l0 I'llU.
Pills sent by mail, priimpi.ly, by remitting the price'
to tho Proprietors, or an .".uili'.ru-d Agent, in currau.l
fundi. Eol.l b Druggists geuetailv.
HUTHINUS & HILl.Ylltl, Proprietors.
HI Cedar Street, New York,
fluid in Iilooinseurg, by Eyer U Moyer, and E.
P Lilts. Feb. 7, 1304. ly.
Housu and ot for Sale
. fri tt
B 1 !-
IE uuder-ini'ed oCers to sell at Pri-
I J vats Sal , Ui dwelling Urns", and Lot ffJ
I i.tttr. riti.tit.iiiiir ..ii ii sit,, nn i lu Umith I'm st cuf . !
tiitlu.leinui!"g- siltnte on tin l'."Uth Cnsicor- l?-'ll.e
n.'r nf Tliird and Iron Streets, i,. Iltoomtlurg l.'oluui
bir. county. I'r..
Anoiht'r Tint f Gronittl, ilu.ilf on tbo
South VVe.t corner of sai l Tliird and Iron Street-,, In
Hlnouisburg, vvh 'rec-n i- ere:te,l a tt,.gsaud
IJRHIi IlUfTHKR SHOP, ,
Willi all the iietessnry uirpn. ei.,ents and ooi.vemen
res. The lirsi named property is on" t.f Ihe mo-i dclra
bla rendei.ces in Hloonisburg ft ,i private family -'1
ho soroiid ititiiied, is ilia best Man, I for a Ul' PClIER
SHOP, having all Hie requisite buildings and arrange
iiteiils.iu good order, for business purposes, will! a
beautiful scite on Hie corner of the lot lor Ihe erection
of u dwelling House.
E7 Should tha foregoing properties, or either nl
them, not be sold hy the first of April lien, thev w ill v)
nllered for Hunt. NATH.W 1IOMBOY
Hlooinsburg- January 23. Itjl.
Sd MM MfM US
ao reii'lved In trv Iho merits of an exclusively CAjJH
or HEADY PAY ilUSINESS, and tencu has determiu
ed to sell off Ins f loci; of Goods at
I.Af T.S ANU 'IfSES I. APS GLOVES. NI'IU"3,
SHOES, I'.liDTS, A.'l) GENIillAL VARIETY
of goods at a haiigmn
?7 Call nnd see his llsl of prices. Country Pro
Hlooinsburg. Jan. P. 13,11.
THE nnderbigned otitis, at l'livatn Sale, the valua
bio property, known as the ilL'Pt-ai'l' III.OCK. sl'uato
on the corner of .Main and Market streets, Hlonn.s
burg This properly will bo mlu logetlier or separated
iulolois to suit purchasers Persons wi.Iucir tnfluy a
good bustners siie. nr.. requested lo examine this p"
pert)'. For particulars inquire of lh lUiJersigiied, it
siding in llioomar.urg. E. 1ENDETHAL1..
Ulooi.isbaig, Jn.i all, Iltil, If.
Esl'ele of lJii".ic! ytiuwait. .fc'r'.
F UTTERS of a.liiiii.Ui ration . n
( i Estalo of Dat.'el Suu'i-a't late of Yi.itxt ut p.
Columbia rottn-;- tie, ased. Itvvt heen g-an 'if bv lbi
lirgi'ter of I'oltuublu conily to the unm-rsigiK c all
pcrrtuis having ciaittii against Ilia ertuto of the dor-.-tieut
are tequesleil to prerent litem tnthe ndli.luii'.raiiir
ul his residenco in I'urawissa, without delay, and all
persons indebted to make payment t. oil, .villi,
WIl.l.UviT SIIUMAN. Ailinr
Catavvina, Feb. 0, leod Cw:
Disnolution of Partnerships
"VrOTICB is hereby given, that iho irt-
X r.ership heretofore existing between thu subscri
hers, lu the MRCsrns It iti-tsss, in JerseytoAii, Col
uiubm county, was dissolvetl by mutual ceneeat on Iho
FJth of February, leJfll. The Honks of Hie lata firm
will remain In thu S.or, in th" bands of William
Kramer, for settlement. The Mercantile Qu.iiicss.wlll
bo continued at the old Stand, by Conrad Kramer, for
whom a continuance of pulllc custom is respectfully
solicited. CON'ltAl) KREAMER.
Jtrseytown, February 30, IcO-l.
ALL porsons kuowing themselves in
debted or liwiug unstltleU accounts In any vvis4
with the underiigncd, aro hereby notilled to come for
ward and ssttlo tho tamo Uy attending promptly to
this iiotico will save coils.
nioomsbuig, January 30, 1SC4. 3w.
NOTICE AND CAUTION.
Whereas, my wife, Epha Ann Lpiby.
his lift my bod and board without just cu,
nr provocation, unties is therefore hereby (iv n, not to
hirbsr or trust her on my uicount, as I am determine J
to pay no dsbls of her contracting tiler this data
.uaniii v I...".,
I.tKUll Iwb. rtbrillrvST 13(11 5