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■l2O Josiah Calbraith •
120 Moses Hoffmon 1 32
90 George Masters 2 33
130 John Moore . 7 84
100 Benjamin Piatt 4 10
125 Jacob Swisher 2 04
21 Lewis Schuyler 32
10 Isaac Shoemaker 104
100 Robert llulrter (in part) 1 10
290 Alexander Scott " 3 18
02 Henry Lcbo 50
70 Robert Lyon 70
200 Joseph Slrcch 2 23
20 Jacob Hngenbacfr 1 48
84 Isaac Hagenbach 42
400 Mathew McDowell 1 23
17* Gooree Sloan 1 28
" ROARINGCREEK TSP.
• 289 William Elliot I 3 24
336 George Ashton 17 27
378 Caleb Lownes 17 30
382 John Young 17 45
372 John Whiteman 17 Of.
331 Joseph Gordon 15 18 I
4 Richard Twines 10
337 John Warner Bfc. 15 14
350 Daniel Reese 16 09 |
389 William Porter 17 83
398 William Miller 18 23
394 Peter Dehaen 18 00
386 William Powell 17 38
_6 Leonard Adams 49
10 Philip Brobst 03
02 James Bud sen 8 S6
4£ John Barr 43
35 Jonas Barringer 3 So
10 Margarctla Davis 70
10 John Daly 1 00 *
1000 John Fisher 23 23 |
15 Richard Griffith * 51
19 Michael Graham 1 p 3
! 16 David Harper ,
50 Henry Hoffman sen
18 George Howcr ' 2 33
13 Peter Helwig ' ®
50 John Krishcr sen 333
65 William Millard 734
20 Jacob Olwinc 1 23
2J Samuel Pilkington 49
5 Isaac Roads 47
5 Cornelius Reinbold 47
100 Henry Roads 7 79
10 Joseph Stokes
14 Peter Strouse 233
50 Abraham Whiteman 4 72
134 William Ybcum I 3 42
56 Frederick Miller 2 09
205 Thomas Billinglon 8 85
,400 Nathaniel Brown 16 30
195 Bmk Biddle 3 34
369 John Cook sen 7 80
Olj Mary Davidson 38 '
400 Samuel Lob Jell 12 96
134 William Lemmon 1 38
249iAndrew Kennedy 7 57
180 Edward Lynch 7 35
221 Mary Myers 838
190 Martha Miller 7 75
Stephen Pcabody 8 38
380 Mary Rustan 15 47
200 Mary Rustan 8 ' 3
193 Daniel Reese 7 P2
209 Thomas Ruslan 8 40
100 Thomas Williams 2 20
25 Thomas Williams 83
406 John Young 8 22
409 John Young 10 65
200 Charlotte Rustan 8 13
200 John Reynolds 8 10
12 Henry Boycr 32
10 fftchard Barclay 22
16 John Douly 48
■295 Charles Fricklc 3 00
100 George Grant 434
22 Adam flentlricksmi 22
10 Dennis //agermau 34
12 Philip//eberling 14
14 John flopper 42
00 Laycock 83
12 John Moore 12
12 John /foan 34
80 James Strawbridge 33
15 James Simonton 44
40 Daniel Snyder 34
8 John Wheatley agt * 8 0
BUG A/7LOAF TSP.
610 Compt. Aslow 7 72
63 N B Y Beach 2 44
443 NIIY Ueach 2 33
■lO5 Alexander Cnlley 3 64
357 Philip Creekbaum 3 34
034 Samuel flail I 00
102 J..hn Kile 4 42
68 Joseph Lockhart 1 48
25 Mcflcnry's heirs 23
38 J?obert Montgomery 2 4
213 <• 2 32
80 • " 24
38 John Pennington 82
•290 William Stephens 1 10
"375 J?cbecca Vantlerslice 12 10
200 Wcodsides and Friek 2 2 0
127 Joseph Yorks 2 30
20 Peter Blue 4 43
35 David Blue I 80
30 Peter Baldy 3 30
* 50 William Curry 330
25 William Caldwell 1 90
150 Colon Cameron 909
70 John Childs 2 30
, -30 Abraham Fenstatpacher 274
3 Joseph Mauss 1 32
50 Alexander Montgomery 2 74
30 " " 2 74
90 Murdock, Leavitt & Co 4 04
65 Samuel Middletou 1 80
22 Conrad Springer 4 20
20 John Wilson 4 33
49 Thomas Yorks 3 33
A. LEVSfIS, Treuwrer.
TREAsvnmt's Or:' ice, ?
Bloomsburg, March 2t>\ '5O. )
Of Seated Lands,
in Columbia Cpuniy.
LIST of Ssatot Lmd silujrta in Columbia co.,
on wlvicli the faxes asieaspJ remslii unpsi-l.
which lauds tli6 collectorsot ilic.ies|WCtive iewn
*hipa in which said lum). lie. have returned for
sale, according to the list section of an Actor
Avsewblv, passed April 510, 1844, entitled "jn art
' to reduce the .State debt, 4lc„" there not being suf
tieiont perioral properly on aaul landa to pay Said
"taxes, aod the owners thereof having neglected
aedTifussd to pay the same fur the space of two
years. The name will be sold at the Coort-liou-e,
in the town of Hloomsbafg, comity ol Cohiuibia,
on the second M mday in June next, and to con
.tinue by adjournment from day to day, for arrear
age, of" tiX'-s due sri I ehty, arid tlio ccsls ac
.crueil on each respectively.
Acres. O.vncra. Tenants. Taxor.
Fishingcre eh, 1847.
16 Haycock John M, 4 7tl
ir.it Daly (widow) Tprwilager A 59
.'..J! " ■
1 lot Powell William self 62
1 lot Rcinhnrt Daniel self 8)
Miller Peter Green Win 3 00
Flot McPherson Ches self 207
1 lot ltrobst Daniel self 00
A lot Cwk Jonas self 1 47
1 Cook Wm W self 2 20
120 MrPhcrson Chns 2 20
50 Morris George unstated II
40 Vallerchamp A 1 21
3 lots Davis John unseated 375 <
4 lols Krick George A unseated 22
318 Fowler David self 724 I
3 lols Jackson Josiah 405 i
1 lot Knotise Levi D self 175
2 lots Reed William Chanibciland J 137
1 lot " •' Clerry J W 2 20
2 lots Seibeit Sebastian 20J
42 Smiths Heirs Masteller C '2 31
72 Snyder John B.sin Peter 188
4 lots Solt Peter 910
8 Scibert Honteter Brockway B S 1 65
100 After William vacant 118 1
50 , Blcchcr Jacob vacant 27
ILO Kline Lowry vacant 2 20
70 Orwig Joseph self ll®
100 Stackson Tho3 sr self 2 25
10 E ioch .Charles si If 73
33 Ludwig Jacob self 140
1 lot Mclich Samuel WinUrstcin R 34
2 lots Sweats Henry self 58
5 lots Winteratein Philip self OS
Briarareek Township, 1848.
35 Bowman Wm 2 75
1 lot Bowen Daniel not occupied 34
1 lot Brewer J W vacant 85
A lot Brown Hannah A Opdike 220
318 Fowler Daniel 7 02
2 lots HeadlySF Shires Mariah 220
ISO Lance John P not occupied 82
Hot Cook William Mc Henry B N 62
120 McPherson Chas 2 20
42 Utt David 71
100 Watts Benjamin 1 S3
100 Berry James 2 20
Cle ,ver John 1 10
100 Kline Lowry 2 20
1 lot Moore Catharine Arwinc Vincent 08
1 lot Robbins J D 27
70 Stackhouse M 1 10
70 Taylor William 77
I lot D.lk Philip 67
1 lot Divert vacant 40
1 lot llafley Thos'(widow) 2 05
1 lot M irkle Abraham 82
1 lot McCluieSß 2 25
1 lot Ploeklidge Levi vacant 41
1 lot R ibson Thomas 1 36
2 lots Weaver Cihtarine 165
11 Limberson John self . 66
Lloyd Thomas 4 40
165 Cox Charles Sherman John 2 75
350 I'Ong B W Nogle Peter 212
3 Fortner B P vacant 09
J lot Mears William Refs Solomon 27
15 VVcikle Charles self 97
Alt. Pleasant, 1848..
100 Jaeoby Andrew self 260
FilpotWmH heirs 486
1 Bitteubcndei Sam'l to Co 99
1 lot HowerJohn Kramer John 148
1 Allen Elizahetb 1 10
33 Riymau Henry 10
45 S eininau John 731
1 Smith II rain M'FadJin W WU 10
TrtKASonEit's Orvicx, )
Bloomsburg, March 30, Is JO. )
NOTICE is hereby giver to all legatees,
creditors and other persons intete3ted in the
states of the respective deeendentsand rni
ors that the lotlowing administration and
nardia n accounts have been filed in the Of
fice of the Register of the county of Colum
bia, and will be presented for confirmation
and allowance to the Orphan's Court, to be
held at Bloomsburg, in and for the County
aforesaid, on Wednesday the 17th day of
April next at two o'clock, P. M.
1. The account of Joshua Webb, and Sol
omon Neyhard, executors of the last will and
testament of Joshua Webb, late of Centre
township, Columbia county, dee'd.
2. The Supplementary and final account
of Satnnel Mellick, adm'r of the estate of
John Bright, late of Bloom township, Col
umbia county deo'd.
3. The account of Jesse Shanon, guar
dian of the person and estate of Angelina
Paul, now Angelina Egan, one of the chil
dren of Wm. Paul, late of Biooin tp., Col
umbia eotmty, dee'd.
4. The account of William Girton, guar
dian of Catharine Nicholas, a daughter of
George Nicholas, dee'd.—said Catharine, al
so now deceased.
5. Tho account of John Hendrickson, Ex
ecutor of the last will and testament of Ab
salom Cole, late of Liberty township, Col
umbia county dee'd.
6. The first and final account of George
Zaner, admr., of the eslato of George Zatier,
late of Briorcreek township, Columbia coun
7. The account of Solomon Neyhard, ad
ministrator, of the estate of Susanna i'um
linson, late of Centre township, Columbia
8. Tito account of Jacob Hartman, admr.,
of the estate of John Hartman, latoof Hem
lock, township,. Columbia county, dee'd.
9. The account of John R. Moyor, admr.,
of the estate of VVilliant S. Smith, late of
Bloom township, Columbia county, deceas
10. The account of John Richard, admr.,
of the estate of Valentine Hock, late of
Hemlock township, Columbia county, do
11. Tho account of George Manhart, admr
of the estate of John Beats, late of Catawis
sa township, Columbia county, dee'd.
12. The hnal account of Michael Sanders
and Michael Wertman, Executors of the last
will and testament of Michael Sanders, lato
of Montour township, Columbia County, de
JESSE G. CLARK,
Register's Office, j
lMoomsburg, A/arch 20, 1850. j
DON'T ALL SPEAK AT ONCE ! *
Ton tvctho best fitting suit in townAa
made by BERNARD RUPERT, who
does Kashionad'o Tailoring as cheap & -U
a little better thart it can bo done m town by
any body else. Ho has just received the la
test Fall Fashions, and with his experiene m
cutting garments, he can promise the host
safisfacticm to those who patronize him. it
Was to he supplied with suci: garments as no
turns off, a fair fortune might be made at
once. His shop is On Main street below Mar
ket in the building lately" occupied as an of
fice' by C. R. Buckalow.
tyH'J will lake country prOditCO for Ins
work, and gold dollars will not be refused.
Bloomsburg, Nov. 8,1819— tf-
By virtue of a writ of fieri facias to me di
rected, will bo exposed to sale on Monday, t
tho 15th day of April, at 1 o'clock in the at- i
ternoon, at tho Court House in Bloomsburg, i
a certain lot of ground situate in Anthony
township. Columbia county, bounded by I
lands of Andrew Shoemaker, John F. Dorr,
and others, whereon is erected a two-story
frame house, frame stable, and other out- i ,
buildings, with the appurtfinances. j
Seized, taken in execution and to bo sold j
as the property of Robert H Cary
At the same lime and place, a certain tract j
or piece of land situate in Sugarloaf town- |
ship, Columbia county, containing 53 acres
, more or less, about 18 acres of which .Br e
cleared, bounded by lands of John Laubach,
Joshua Brink and others, whereon is erected
a one story frame house, a frame wagonma
ker shop, a log bam and other out buildings,
with the appurtenances.
Seized, taken in execution .nd to be sold
as the property of Robert Camp ill
By virtue of sundry writs of venu "mi ex
ponas to mo directed will be exposed i üb
lic sale at the court house in Bloomsburg, a
Monday tho 15th day of April next, at oi.
o'clock, P. M. the following parcels of land ,
10 w4t: ni
A certain lot of ground situate in Bloom
township, Columbia county, in the town ol
Espy, containing one-third of an acre more
or less, bounded in froi\l by the road leading
from Bloomsburg to Berwick, B Vanaukcr &
by an alley along tho Pennsylvania Canal,
whereon is erected a two story frame dwell
ing house, a frame shop, a frame stable, aud
other out buildings wiln the appurtenances.
Seized taken in execution and to be sold
as the property of Alex McKamy.
A certain lot No 4 in block No 5 in tho
plot of North Danvillo Columbia co bounded
by Milton street on the West, lot belonging
to Alexander Montgomery's heirs, on the
North by an alley on tho East, and a lot ol
Mr. Bickley on the South, whereon is e
recled a two storyframo dwelling house
with basement story, lot forty five feet front
and one bundled feet deep with the appur
Seized taken in execution and to be sold
as the property of David J Davis.
A certain lot of ground situate in Mahon
ing township, Columbia county, containing
one-eighth of an aero more or less, bounded
by lands of James Keneption, Edward Hath
away, Philip Sidler and others, whereon is
elated a large two story frame dwelling
with the appurtenances.
Seized taken in execution and to be sold
as the property of Thomas Robison.
A certain tract of land situate in Madison i
township Columbia county, beginning at a j
sione, corner of land of Renj VVintorsleen.
thence by the same East one hundred and
30 perches to a post on a line of James I'ep
pards land, thence by the seme North 102
perches and nine-tenths to a stone corner of
land sold to David Miller, thence by the
same West 95 perches and nine-tenths to a
stone corner of lauds sold to Daniel Deick,
thence by the same South 98 pe'rehes to a
chestnut and stile, by the same west 84 and
three-tenths perches to a stone corner, thence
by lands sold to Thomas Cox and William
Wintersteen South 64 and eight-tenth perch
es to the place of beginning; containing one
hundred and twenty four acres arid twelve
perches and allowance Also one other tract
of laud situate in Madison township Colum
bia county, bounded and described as fol
lows: beginning at a small chestnut in a line
of John Low and John Fleck, thence by the
same East 114 perches to a stone heap, and
thence by other lands of which this was a
part, South 98 perches to a small chestnut,
West partly by the same and partly by land
sold to Thomas Cox 114 and three-tenths
perches to a post about two perches from a
small run, ihence by said land sold to Thos
Cox North and crossing said run, thence 98
perches to the place of beginning, containing
66 acres and allowance, whereon is erected
a log house, and an apple and peach orchard.
There are about 25 acres of cleared and im
Seized taken in execution as the property
of Thoma? Maschell.
A certain tract of land situate in Valley
Township, Columbia County, Containing
five acres more or less, Bounded by lands
of Samuel Afiduleton, and others, whereon
is erected a log house and a log barn, with
Seized and taken in Execution as the prop
erly of Eli Row.
A certain lot of Ground situate in the new
part of Danville, Mahoning township Colum
bia County, containing one-eighth of an a
cre, more or less, bounded by lands of
Heath, and a new street, and others, where
on is erected a two story frame Dwelling,
with a small Back Kitchen with the appur
Seized and taken i* Execulion as the prop
erty of Anthony Dishey.
A certain lot of ground situate in Beaver
township, Columbia county, containing thir
teen acres more or less, bounded by lands of
Jacob Hinterliter, Jacob Hostler and others,
whereon is erected a frame house and a
frame barn with the appurtenances.
Seized, taken in execution as the property
of Moses Moyer.
A certain tract of land situato in Jackson
township, Columbia county, containing 80
acres more or less,* of which about 25 acres
are cleared, bounded by lands of John Kile,
Samuel Kilchin and others, whereon is erec
ted a one and a half story log dwelling
house, a frame bank barn, a saw mill, anu
otlior out buildings with tho appurtenances.
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold
as the property of Klisha Hess, now in tho
possession of Lafayette Kessler.
By virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas
to me diiected will bo exposed to public sale
at tho Court House in Bloomsburg, on Satur
day, the 13th day of April, at 2 o'clock, P M
all that certain Iract or piece of land situate
in Roaringcreek township, Columbia county,
containing 50 acres more or less, bounded
by lands ol Philip Yost, Conrad Yost and
others, whereon is erected a two story log
dwelling house, and a log shop, with the ap
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold
as the property of Peter Miner.
PETER BILLMYEK, Sheriff,
Sheriff's Office. Bloomsburg,)
March 12, 1860. j
K House & Lot at Private Sale.
THE subscribers offer to pur
i ijjfji chasers, at private sale, n house
KEjjjyyaand lot upon the Main Street of
J^g^gßß 3 l° omB httrg) in the business
partoftnelown, between tho two, principal
hotels, and only a little more than a square
from tho Court House. The lot fronts 06 on
Main street and extends 2144 fAt back.
The house is a large stone dwelling, and the
property in every wny offers a fair chanco to
any person wishing a residence or business
location in tho county-seat. For terms in
quire of A. H. ELLIS.
C. D. GEARHART
Notice is hereby given, that in pursuance
of the Act of Assembly, tho Commissioners
of Columbia county will hold thoir appeals
to remedy any irregularities or errors which
may exist in Uie assessments of taxables,
throughout the county, at the usual places of
holding the general elections in the several j
township*, at the following dates respective- ;
ly, between the hours of It) A M and 3 P M !
In Bloomsburg, on Friday, April 2(1 j
' Cattawissa, ' Monday, ' 29 ]
' Franklin, ' Tuesday. ' 30 ;
' Roaringcreek, ' Wednesday, May 1 j
< Maine, 1 Thursday, ' 2 1
' Beaver, ' Friday, ' 3 1
' Mifflin, ' SalßjiJaj', ' 4
' Orange, ' Mortday, ' 0 1
' Centre, ' Tuesday, ' 7
' Briarcreek, ' Wednesday ' 8
' Fishingcreek, ' Thursday, 1 9
' Sugarloaf, ' Friday, ' 10
' Jackson, ' Saturday, 1 11
' Greenwood, ' Monday, ' 13
'Mt Pleasant, ' Tuesday, ' 14
' Hemlock, ' Wednesday, ' 15
' Madison, ' Thursday, ' 10
' Anthony, ' Friday, ' 17
' Limestone, ' Saturday, ' 18
' Derry, ' Monday, ' 20
' Liberty, ' Tuesday, ' 21
' Valley, ' Wednesday, ' 22
' Danville, ' Thursday, ' 23
' Mabonicg, ' Friday, ' 24
' Monlour, ' Saturday, ' 25
All persons considering themselves aggrie
ved by any error in their assessment can at
tend at the above times and places, if they
JAMES LAKE, I
HAUMAN LABOR, \ Corn's.
JOSEPH YE'LTER, )
WESLEY ROAT, Clerk.
Bloomsburg, March 20, IByo. .
NOTICE TO CAPTAINS OF VOL
By the sth Section of tho Militia Law of
1849, it is made the duly of the captain or
commanding officer of each company in full
uniform to furnish a copy of the roll of said
company, under oath or affirmation, to the
County Commissioners, designating the bo
rough or township in which each member re
The 25th day of April has beau appointed
for receiving a copy of the roll of each com
pany in the county, and each captain or
commanding officer is requested to attend at
the Commissioners' Office in Bloomsburg on
that day, prepared with a copy of the roll of
By order of tho Commissioners,
WESLEY ROAT, Clerk.
Bloomsburg, March 20, 1850.
NEW SADDLER SHOP
] The subscriber announces to the public
that he has just opened a Saddler Shop in the
central part of Bloomsburg, on Main street,
one door above Rupert's Store, where ho
will keep constantly on hand and make to
order all kinds of
HARNESS, SADDLES, TRUNKS,
And every other article in his line of busi
ness. He will also attend to TRIMMING
carriages and buggies, in every desirable
style, and will turn off all his work neat and
good ; and at the lowest prices. Those who
wish work in his line will do well to give
him a call.
tyilides, country produce, and even gold
dollars will be taken in payment for work.
W. M'K. THORNTON.
Bloomsburg, May 15, 1849.
HATS AND CAPS.
THE subscriber respectfully informs his
friends and customers, that he has just re
ceived from the city, a largo'and select as
H Iluts and Caps, of
DURABLE MAKE AND IMPROVED
STYLE, which he offers for cash sales very
cheap, at his old stand, on Main Street, sec
ond door South of the Court house.
I'if He continues to manufacture Hats to
order as usual.
Bloomsburg, Nov. 15, 1849.
NOAH S. PRENTISS
the public to try
CT7 A, his new stock of horsos,AX£__a2£-
carriages anil bjjggies, a variety of which
can bo found at nis Livery Stable. He can
always furnish horses and vehicles of tire
best kind, and on reasonable.terms. He has
recently added a number of fashionable ve
hicles and good horses to his former stock.—
He will furnish to parties four horse convey
ances with good and safe drivers, at very
Call at the lower end of Hopkinsvillc, on
the East side of Main street.
Bloomsburg, Dec. 13, '49-ly
The subscriber has iust received and open
ed a new and choice lot of goods which he
offers for sale at the lowest prices.
An abundance of the necessaries and lux
uries of life will be found in his assortment.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, SATTINETS, ,
ALPACAS, CASHMERES, DE
LANES—HATS, & CAPS,
BOOTS, SHOES, MUFFS
PRINTS, & SHAWLS.
IN short, everything for Ladies and Gen
tleman's wear, beside a full variety of GRO
CERIES, QUKENSWARE, -HARDWARE,
Those wishing to purchase will do well to
call soon. We chargo nothing for showing
Bloomsburg, Oct loth 1849.
Executor's Notice. *
Notice is hereby given that letters Testa
mentary upon the estate of Jeremiah Martz
deceased, late of Orangeville, Columbia co.,
have this day been granted to the under
signed. All persons having claims against
the estate are rerpiesteil to present them to
the undersigned, and thoso indebted to make
immediate payment to
JACOB D. KLINE
ALFRED HOW EL,
Orangeville, March 11th 1850.—6t
For Good Watches.
CO Henry Znppiuger returns
his thanks for past patro
' na = e ' ' nT ' , es the pub
1 ] '' c 10 e * m ' ne his now
i vg T "HR assortment of
i CLOCKS, WATCHES,
i Keys, Balance Wheels, Jewels, which he
i offers for reasonable prices. He will also re
i pair clocks, watches, and musical and opti
■ cal instruments in a satisfactory manner.
His shop is in the middle room of the Ex
r chango block, nearly opposito to the Court
' 1 Bloomsburg, Nov. 28, 18I'J.
11 . 1
Established Fifteen Years ago, by
N. W. Corner of Third and Union sis.,
between Spruce c.nd Puff, streets,
Fifteen year* of extensive and unmteriupled
practice npenl in I his city have tendered Or. K.
tho most ex perl nnd suocci'sful practitioner far
near, it* tho treatment of ull diseases of a private
nature. Persons afflicted with ulcers on the bo
dy, throat oi legs, pains in the head or bones, or
mercurial rheumatism, strictures, gravel, disease
arising from you'hful excesses or impuiitios of
the blood, whereby the constitution has become
enfeebled, arc all treated with success.
He who places himself under the care of Dr.
K. may religiously-confide in his honor as a gen
tleman, and coniidcntly rely upon his skill as a
Take Particular Notice!
Young men who have injured themselves by a
certain practice indulged in, a habit frequently
learned from evil companions or at school, the ef
fects of which arc nightly fell, even when asleep
and destroy both mind and body, should apply Im
mediately. Weakness and constitutional debility
loss of muscular energy, physical Jassitudo and
general prostration, irralibility and 'fll nervous af
fections, indigestion, sluggishness of the live. , &
every disease in anyway connected with the dis
order of tho procieativc functions cuied, and full
PWTOl ¥0l ' TII & MANHOOD
iw gk'pj ''l Y'gorous Life,
ClAavftiffiSMli Premature Dealli.
KINKELIN ON SELF PRESERVATION,
Only 25 Cents.
This book just published is filled with useful
information on lire infirmities and disenscs of tho
generative organs. It addresses itself slika to
youth, manhood and old age, and should bo read
The valuable advice and impressive warning it
gives, will prevent years of misery and suffering
and save annually thousands of lives.
Parents by reading it will learn how to prevent
the destruclion of their children.
A remittance of 25 cents enclosed in a letter,
addressed to Dr. Kinkclin, N W corner Of Third
and Union streets, between Spruce and Pino, in
Philadelphia, will ensure a book under envelops
per return of mail.
Porsous at a distance may address Dr K by
letter, (post paid) and be cured at home.
Packag-cs of medicines, directions, &c. forward
ed by sending a remittance, anu put up secure
from damage or curiosity. 1
Booksellers, News Agents, Pedlars, Canvassers
and all others f upplied with tho alicvc work at
; veiy low rales. 2-1-ly
The Largest Stock
of Goods in Town.
Wm. McKglvy & Co, at their old stand on
corner of Main and Market Streets, offer to
purchasers the best assortment of new
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
That can be found in Bloomsburg.
Their new supply just opened, consists of
every desirable kind of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, QUEENS
WARE, HARDWARE, EARTH
ENWARE, BOOTS, SHOES,
&c., &c., &c., &c.
Every thing in the way of Dress Goods for
Ladies' or Gentlemen's wear, can be found in
their assortment to suit every taste.
Cashmeres, Alpacas, Delaines, Merinoes,
Prints, Muslins, Ginghams, Shawls, Hand
kerchiefs, Woollen & Cotton Flannels, French,
English and American Broadcloth, Cassim
ers, Sattinetts, Beavetleens, Tweeds & Jeans
of every style and price can be furnished by
GIVE 'EM FITS!!
Peter S. LeidjT
Can manufacture just as neat and fashiona
ble a suit of clothing as any other tailor in
these digjffns. As a sample of his work
manship, lie refers you to the
BEST FITTING CO XT
To be found in tho town, which is quite cer
tain to have come from his shop.
He regularly receives the latest city fash
ions, and from his experience in the busi
ness can ensure satisfaction in his work.
Ho has also on hand an assortment of
At the lowest prices, from which he will
make up to order cdatf,*pants, or vestsof any
tyHis shop is on the North side of Main
Street, a few doors above the Court-house.
Bloomsburg, Feb. 14, 1850.
Gnod and Cheap Watches.
JEWELRY AND SILVER.WARE,
wholesale and retail,at No. 06 Nuith -ml
street, corner of Quarry, Philadelphia.
Gold lover watches, fipll jewelled, 18
caret cases. $3O and upwards.
Silver lever do, full jewelled, $l6 and
Silver lepine do, jewelled, $ll and up
Silver quartkr watches, from $0 to 10.
Gold pencils, from $1 50 to s7'
Superior gold rings, from 37 to 80 cts.
Oilier articles in proportion. All goods
warranted to be what tlicy are sold for.
Constantly on hand, a full assortment
of fine GOLD.IEWELKY and SILVER
WARE. Also, ati assortment of M. J.
Tobias <fc Co. ; E. Simpson Samuel and
Brothers; E- S. Yates <s' Go.; John Har
rison ; G. iS- R- Beesley's, and other su
perior PATENT LEVER Movements,
which will be cased in any style desired.
Arrangements have been made with all
the above celebrated' makers, the best
manufacturers of Liverpool, lo furnish at
short notice any required stylo "f Watch,
for which orders will be taken and the
name and residence of the person order
ing put oil if requested.
O. CONRAD, No. 00
Nottli Third Street.
Importer of Watches.
January 1, 1850.-ly 40
ATTEND TO THIS.
The Subscriber oneo more notifies all those
indebted to the late firm of Holly & Menden
hall to como forward and make payment by
the first of April next, all those who neglect
to attend to this notice (except when there
is n special understanding) will be attended to
indiscriminately in a way that may not be
Surviving partner of the above firm
Bloomsburg March 7th 1950.—3t
U. W. Brown,
Has just received'the Spring& Summer Fash
ions, which he will uso in cutting all gar
ments entrusted to his care for making.
Bloorasburjj,. Feb. 28, 1850.
Dr. Keeler'a Celebrated .iamily
Dr. Keeler is a regular graduate from 0110 .
of llio best medical schools of the cit'iilr),
and a practising physician of the city ot |
Philadelphia. Wo take groat pleasure in J
presenting theso remedies to the atniCted.—
They are all of undoubted medical powers
and hold out to the invalid a promise' of re- j
lief, such as none others possess, tliev
each have been thoroughly tried in Ti long,
successful private practioe, and have estab
lished lor themselves a reputation hut ley j
possess, and given better satisfaction to the j
afllicLea than any ol the boasted remedies
of tho day. In offering dient to the public,
tho proprietor is intluonced by no siui.-ter
motives of gats, but feels conscious .that
they aro eminently deserving of public con
fidence. No medicines ever before the pub
lie have acquired such deserved reputation
upon their merits alone, or appeal with such
irresistible force to the invalid.
DR. HEELERS PANACEA, For the re
moval and permanent cure of all diseases a
rising from an impure stale of tho Blood and
habit of tho body, viz:
Chronic diseases of tho Chest, Pleurisy,
Bronchitis, Catarrh, etc., Scrofula ill all its
forms, Tetter, Scald Head, Cutaneous affec
tions of the face and extremities, Chronic
enlargements of the Joints, White Swelling,
Syphlitic Affections, Constitutional disorders,
arising from debility, Mercurial and Heredi
tary predispositions, &c.
Id®*' In every change that is taking place
in the body, it is manifest that it is brought
about by something having a substantive ex
istence. If we suppose organs of our
body originally perfect, they must continue
pertect unless changed by the intervention
of something that bears an unhealthy rela
tion to it. In all eases of disease, there must
bo tho interposition of some new ingredient,
which by playing its part as a course served
to modify the properties before connected
with the body. It is absurd to talk of spon
taneous disease taking place in organs pre
viously healthy, without tho interposition of
some morbifi<i.agent, as well might we ex
pect a piece of chalk to transfer itself spon
taneously into Plaster of Paris, without the
aid of Sulphuric Acid. In all diseaso thero
is a prior cause which must be removed, !
through the agency of the Blood. For this |
purpose ihero"is 110 remedy superior to the.
ty In the evidence the following is sub- \
mitied to the public:
PHILADELPHIA, June 9th, 1847. !
Having been appraised of the nature of
the Panacea, it atiords me much pleasuie to
be able to recommend it as a valuable rerne-
dy for those chroma. constitutional ami glan- i
dular diseases, to which it is especially a- i
danted. To thoso who are afflicted, and re- i
quire medicine as an alterative cannotobtain i
it in a more agreeable, active and uniform
state, than is to be found in the Panacea. I
have used it in severed instances with deci
ked and signal succes. Yours &c.
D Allison, M. D. \
For details certificates, &c., see circulars,
&c.—Price $1 per bottle, large size, 6 bottles
DR. HEELER'S COUGII SYRUP.
Among all the remedies before the public
this stands pre-eminent .in incipient Con
sumption, Bronchitis, Catarrhs, Coughs.
Hoarseness, Whooping caugh, Pleurisy, As
thma, spitting of Blood, and for all affections
of the pulmonary organs occasioned by cold.
To much praise cannot be bestowed upon
this remedy, and the proprietor urges any
one afflicted with any ol the above com
plaints to secure it at one. It is warranted
to cure or no pay. Price 50 cents.
Dr. Keeler's Cordial and Carminitive.
Every family whether rich or poor, who
values health and all its blessings, should
have this invaluable remedy at hand. It is
infinitely the best remedy known for Diar
rhea, dysentery, cholera morbus, cholera in
fantum, cholic flatulency, griping pains,
cramp, cct., and for all diseases of the sto
mach and bowels caused by Teething. The
numerous testimonials from Physicians and
others unsolicited, has given it a reputation
as firm as adamant. Price 25 cents per bot
Dr. Keeler's Vermifuge Syrup. —This reme
dy is pleasant to the taste, harmles to the pa
tient and all powerful in destroying and re
moving all kinds of worms from the body.
It is without doubt, the cheapest and best
worm destroying medicine before the public,
and will if administered according to direc
tions, remove them within sor 6 hours after
taken.—The dose is small, and each bottle J
contains twice as much as similar reriiedies.
Price only 25 cents per bottle.
Dr. Keeler's Liver and Sanative
Although not recommended as a "cure I
all," yet they are the mildest and best rem- J
edy to remove Constipation, Jaudice, Dys- j
pepsia. Biliousness, nervousness, foul stom- |
ach, head ache, indigestion, etc. Unlike
other purgative medicine they leavo the
bowels always relaxed consequently are the
proper medicine for females and persons
leading a sedentary life. Price 25cts.
Dr. Keeler's Rheumatic Lotion.
A justly celebrated external application for j
pains ot the chest, neuralgia, head-ache, |
sprains, bruises, tic doloreaux swellings of
the joints, rheumatism, gout, sciatica and j
for all disorders wherein a sedative and ru- j
befacient remedy is applicable. Price
37 4 cts per bottle.
All of the above celebrated and extensivo
y used medicines, are prepared and sole!
Wholesale and Uetail, 294 Market street,
For sale also by J. R. . MOYER, Blooms
burg; Chalfant fc Hughos, and Dr. J. A.!
Moore, Danville; E. Franciscus, Jersey I
Shore ; and "by Druggists and Merchants 1
throughout the County and State.
Bloomsburg, Nov. 22d., 1849.—1y.
Rising Sun Hotel—Berwick, I'a. '
TIIK subscriber would respectfully |,is
friends and the travelling public, that has taken
the welHknonu Tnveru Bland lately occupied by
Thos. M'N.iir, which has titled up in the best pos
sible manner for the accommodation of those who
may favor bim with their patronage. 11c flatters
himself that by umcmittinir attention on his pari,
he can give eutire satisfaction to all. HIS TA
BLE will be supplied with the best the market
affords, and HIS BAR with the best and choicest
Obliging and attentive Ostlers always oil hand, |
and his STABLING is the most extrusive in this i
section of counrty. It. B. S I'ICDMAN. j
Tailoring in Light Street.
Invites the attention of tho fashionables of
Ligltl Slreet to his style of cutting garments.
He makes them itt the best and most tasty
manner, and can ensure satisfaction in his
He receives the latest fashions, and when
cutting only is desired, the woak is marked
carefully for the maker.
CiTAll kinds of country produce taken in
exchange for work.
Light Street, Feb. 14, 1850.
ALL persons indobted to tho subscribers
for six months or more, are earnestly reques
ted to call and Bettlc tho same by the last of
this month, without fail.
H.C. iil. W. HARTMAN.
Bloomsburg, March 12, 1350.
DR. S WAYNE'S -
(telehrfftsd Family Medlclnci.
ctrtte roLLows CUBE.
MORE PROOFS OF THE EFFICACY
Dis. nWAxm E'fs
COMPOUND £YUm> OJr'
The dr'ifinal and Genuine PfpfarviuMl
Cough.-. Cold.-, Asthma, Bronchi is, Kivir
Coiujil 'int, Spitting B!i- !. dithcujty ot
It-eat! i.ig, Pain in the Side and Breast,
Palpitation of the Heart Inflaau/a,
Croup, broken Constitution, Sore
Throat, Nervous Debility, and all
diseases of the Throat. Breast
and l.ung; the most effectual
and speedy cure known lor •
any of the above discus
Br. Svayne's Compound Syrup
W'M. MONTELMTS, a respiblable merchant of
St. Clair, Schuylkill fljgjiinty,' writes, January
30, 1849:—Enclosed 4 send you a certificate
of Worn. Beaumont, a citizen of our town.
His case of consumption is well known here,
and of long standing; he attributes his cure
entirely to your Compound Syrup of Wild
SWJI YSF: S VERMIFUGE.
''•A safe and effectual remedy for H r tyms, Dys
pepsia, Cholera Morbus, sickly or ' Dyspep
tic Children or Adults, and the most
uscjul Family Medicine ever of
fered to the public.
EXTRACT OP A LETTER TO DR SWAYNF.. Da
tod, Aiulerstuivn, Indiana. A man purchased
a bottle of your Vermifuge the other day for
his child, and by its use it discharged 63 of
the largest worms he had ever seen, It is
somewhat difficult to get the people to try it,
as they have so often been gulled by nause
ous and worthless worm medicines. \ ours
being so very pleasant to the taste, at tho
same time effectual, I shall be able to dispose
of a (urge quantity. Respectfully, yours, &c.,
TOWNSKNDT. SHARP, P. M.
SO®" BE WARE OF
! Remember: Dr. Swayne's Vermilugo is
j now put up in square bottles, (having recent
ly been changed;) covered with a beautiful
| wrapper, (steel engraving.) with the portrait
of Dr. Swayne thereon engraved. Bear this
' in mind, ami bo not deceived. CLENSU AND
Da. SWAYNE'S SUGAR COATEO.SARSAPARILL*
J. EXTRACT OF TAK PILLS. —A mild and effec
tive purgative, great nurifyer of the blood,
they correct all the functions of ihe Liver, -
und as an alternative Dropsical affections,
they are very valuable. Giddiness of the
head, dimness of sight, depression of spirits,
headache, &c., are cured by these purifying
Pills. No medicine can have a better effect
for monthly irregularities, which occasionally
happen to women, they are perfectly sate,
anil will in conjunction with Dr. Swayne's
compound Syrup of Wild Cherry, take all
pain anddisease from every part of the sys
The above valuable medicines are pre
pared only by DR. SWA YN'E, N. W. corner
of EIGHTH and RACE Streets, Philadel
AGENTS FOR COLUMBIA COUNTY.
E. P. LUTZ FC JOHN R. MOVER, Bloomsburg',
I'a; M CGrier&John Moore Danville; John
Sharplessfc C Harlman & Co., Catawissa'; G
U Sltuman Catawissa Forge; Brown and
Creasy, Milflinville; A Miller Berwick; John
Doak Briar Creek tp.; Peter Eat Williams
burg; E. Lazarus OrangevHk;; JK Millatd
Espytown; Elias Wertmvn Rohrsburg; Geo.
Masters Millville; J M Sholdon Jerseytown;
McCay & Patterson Washiogtonville; Hugh
McWuliams Moresburg; and by most all
S.orekeoporsiit tho adjacent Counties.
Bloomsburg, Feb. 21, 1850.—6 m.
Philadelphia Reading and Potlsville
ON and after November Ist, 1849, the
Passenger Trains will run between Phil
adelphia and Pottsville, as follows:
Leaves Philadelphia at 8i A. M., daily,
Arrives at Reading at 11 18
Arrives at Pottsville at 12 50
Leaves Pottsville at 84 M-M. Daily except
Arrives at Reading at 10 00
Arrives at Pottsville at 12 50.
Poltsvillo and Philadelphia $3.50 an f S,-
| 00; Pottsville and Reading $l,4 1 and $1,20;
J Heading and Philadelphia 2,2 a and 1,90.
1 Passsengors cantfct enter the Cars Unless
i provided with Tickets.
There will be no afternoon Train.
NOTICE.—Fifty pound of baggage
will be allowed to each passengct in these
lines; and passengers are expressly prohib
| ited Irom taking any thing as baggago but
their wearing apparel, which will be at the
| risk of its owner.
By order of the Board of Managers.
S. BRADFORD, Sec'ry.
j Bloomsburg, Nov. 15, 1849.
Am! <iviicral Stage Olficc.
BY G. IV. NICELY.
The subscriber has taken tho large and
| commodious hotel in Berwick l'a., lately
i kept by Frederick Nicely., and refitted it up
| anew in a style comfortable and convenient
i lor travellers and boarders. HIS TABLE
, will be supplied with the best products of
I tlte markets afford, and HIS BAR furnish tho
j Attentive hostlers will always be in atten
, dance, and by obliging attention to the wants
of his patrons lie solicits a share of tho pub
lic patronage. G. W. NICELY.
Berwick Pa. April 19th 1849.-ly.
Letters of Administration having been
granted to tho undersigned by the Register
of Wills of Columbia count yupon the Es
tate of AMam Mensch, deceased, late of
Roaringcreok township, all persons having
j claims against said Estate nro requested to
■ make the same known without delay, and
thoso ir.debted to the Estate; to make pay
ment to ABRAHAM MENSCH, or
Roaringcreok, March 14th 1850.-61
The Collectors of Stato ami County Taxes
are requested to meet the Treasurer in
Bloomsburg, oh the first week of court, and
sottlo their respective duplicates. Those ha
ving taxes for years previous to 1849 will
givo especial attention to this notice, as tho
next one will be of a more serious nature.
AMANDUS LEVERS, Treas.
Treasurer's Offlce, )
Bloomsburg, March 20, '5O. $
* For Rent.
A largo and convenient dwelling house,
and a suite of rooms suitable for a small fa
mily, or for au office or shop. Euquira-.at
this offlce. jpr _ Af/si