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Wily ii people; anil fXi'MMillllK h 1 1)1 fm III "
olhc tfbience, wi e, vile ihe -T i f the
cntisfenl ainl ifin-ke. hi- n.-iue, I i pnnmlilitY
tii"imrv maunder Hose en -uiinliin'-c
onliil the elecl.ir ran ,-el ill il in the choice
ol anv nnikcr, In is hnnm-ll, truU i ' "i I1 -
Hi ol lll iVtr'lf m tinwrpol ilii tis'ion.
Mill car we should .inly In delend Ilii'
il Ihe eKeemive and judicial l'rt nititM.
govei mntiiit rail only ne preserved in li
by Ilia suppression anil fill i e Intimation
iv claim or tendency ol nn' cn-mdinale
li In encroienment iiinn another " 1 1 li Hie
nlni'tt dice or tnii rule ami tin-other i nj i -
Of lilt CcmSlitllllOII ll'l 9 SeduloUS lllClll-
In of thai respect and l .vc t-r the union "I
tfi'ates, which our fathers cherished and -ri-
Jf-d iiimrt h''ii chil lien, ami with Ilii aw m
overruling Providence which has " ""f
eluicllv guarded oiir liheilies ami in, nutinns,
inv rommiaMv -x ! ? tn transmit them with
llr inuiiineiable blessings to (he remotest pes-
nt MUchment to the Union of the States
ilJ be hibiludlv fostered in ev rv American
rl. For more than hill' a century, during
ich kin gd mm a id empires have f.illen, this
ion has stood iinhiiki.'n. The patriots who
med it h,ve long 41 u-e descended to the grave ;
Ull it remain, the munlest monument In
eir memory, and t lie object ot affection and ad
dition witn every one worthy to hear the Atmr-
" Kart nun,. In my jiidgemcni, its dissolution
would he the greitesl ol' calamities and to avert
thit nhniil I be the iudv of pverv American.
Upon it preservation miit depend our own hap
piness and lb it of countless gjneralioni to oome.
Whatever drears m iv threaten il, I shall sland
by it tnl maintain it in its int. gnly, to the full
x!n of the nbiiKatimi imposed, and the power
conferred upon ma hy the Constitution.
Wnntiri, December Ch, HI!).
LEVI !, TATE. EDITOR
JJ X, (i O DX S 11 TJ U (i.
SATL'KDAY MORN., DEC. 29, 1849.
Organization of Congress.
(PJ-Hoi. Howell Cobb, of Georig, the orig
inal nominee of the Democratic party, has been
elected Speaker ol 'Congress. He wan chosen on
the 63d ballot, having 102 to Winthrop 100, the
majority rule prevailing. More subsequently.
PR ESI 1) E T'S M ESS AGE.
(KJ-The long expected message will be found in
to-day's Colutniia Democrat. It is uiher smooth
ly writien. The document has one great merit,
brtvily, and contrast! in this respect favorably
with the verbose productions so frequently iiiflio
ted upon the public. In other respects, it merits
ut little attention, touching upon our peaceful
nations wiih toreign nations, the probability of
ip canal beim; cnnMi ucted across the Islhinus
mma, a lecuinineiitlalion of an increase of
rih and a inodilicaiimi ol the Sub Treasury.
fiilenl submits to Consircss the nroorieiv
etiiin of u isial rales, and coneliub-H wiih
.'yVisonlhe value of the union if the
, ' The message will be read with interest,
frill not startle anybody by its brilliancy, or
hleu them as to the present con
.iiir cuniili) mill the policy of the (!uv.
To our Suksci'ibi'r-
HP" Agrceatily to time-honorcd custom,
tlie carrier of the Columbia Dkmocrat,
tvill wail upon its patrons to present his
congratulatory Adderts on Aew Year
morning, and we lake this opportunity, in
advance, to wish a happy New Ykar to
all, old and young, male and female, Dem
ocrat and Whig. We wish, besides, that
every one may enjoy that freedom of mind
and happiness which truly and emphatical
ly belongs to and becomes a free people.
May our friends he in the enjoyment. of
ivery social comfort, and may the New
ear open to them an uninterrupted period
.happiness and prosperity.
Joy Morris has been appointed Charge d'-
Ires to Naples, vice Jjn.ei M. l'ower, de-
spur variety is ol course excluded this week
I e room for the Message.
Jie l.egislalnr" will meet next luenlav
!"ings go oH right, we may next week
Ihe Governor's message.
I'Lkgisla ruRK. The Senate of Ohio
illf'Jd inst. reached Ihe 2.10th ballot for
r'kViihout a choice.
y liimiiltee of naval officers ha been an-
i ' V" r'tls'' 8dmiralty, to consider Ihe
4 H'Wle means lor ascertaining Ihe fate
i c JiH-'ranklin.
fr , Ihe Lord Gambler and th6 Abratn,
je.rectl arrived at Hull from Davis' Straits,
(''''hif them bring any tidings respecting
ensio.n. The Erie Extcn-
s been dninr a nr.ililablc busi-
)e;ir, the receipts Pir
a (amoiing to
lg an iV:isc of
upwards of $70,000,
G'J00 over those of
trhtrtH Your Landing Ik
Id minur nf the gospel nnce said, that
it i thing iih led him to anxiety about his
silvaiionis this solem nuesiinn : "If I I
Icdie.wcr would my landing be? Would )
) .. ft-in heaven in hell'" Carry this nucstion I
me with you, ;( reader-apply it lo yourself I
k your soul thsolemn cpieslion. Were y,m to !
while readinii hi;, where would your landing I
( ' Would il be i l.'aven.or in hell' '
'j"rotlni loin Wisconsin r.eit week
von rut viutnovovn i.osw
I C J.MI'II.V II lull TiK COLUMBIA IllMmMIAT
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13 1 1
10 I I
7 8 9
14 15 10
21 22 23
7 8 9
14 15 10
21 22 23
28 29 31
1 5 6
11 12 13
18 19 20
25 20 27
2 3 4
9 10 11
10 17 18
23 21 25
0 7 8
13 14 15
20 2 1 22
27 28 29
4 5 0
11 12 13
18 19 20
25 26 27
August, - -4
ii tie: i i:e :
On the 24 tit inst., by the llev. II. Funk,
Mr. JOHN F. CON NCR, of llriurcrcek,
to Miss MARY S. KLINE, near Orange
ville. On the 18ih inst.,bv Rev. M. J. A He
man. NIr. JOHN REYNOLDS, to Miss
M. LUCRETIA PEUR1N, both of Dun
vide. EXECU TOR'S NOTICE.
Estate of George Kinli ij, deed.
TO TICK is heiuby yivf ii, Ibat tells r- teMa-
lenlary cm Ihe estate id l.KOKtil'. KiiN
l.KV. late ofliloom tow nshlii, (near l.spytowi.J
Columbia county, deceased, have, been granted,
I by the Register of aid comity, in John 1 lower, j
i resiiliin? in Mounlnleasaiit tow'nbiu, and Naihan I
Kiuley, lesidinif in lilooin towihip.all persons,1
indebted lo said estate are requested lo muKe pay
ment, and those having claims will piesent them
properlv authenticated lor si illemei.t
JOIIM 1IOWKR, )
NATHAN KIN LEY, J.J
' Dec. Q!. 1S4'.t.-tit.
7"ir,f. be exposed to sale, by Public Vendue,
at the ate residence ot lieorge Kmley, in
Bloom township, tnear Espytown.) Columbia co .,
Saturday the 12t of January, 1850,
ihe following described pel tonal propeitv, viz;
Three Horses, five CJllle. five lloas, sheep,
Two Hoise Wagon, Horse (Jears, Plows, and
(JRAIN IN THE CROUND.
Com and Oals by the bushel ; Hay b) the Ton.
ONE (iOOD SHOT OUN.
(jrj-Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M ,
when attendance will he uiven aid terms made
known. '. For particnlai see bills.
Dec. 20, 1S4!. E.riciilinsof Geo. h'mltlj.
1TT1LL be Sold bv Public Sale, at the late re
sidence of ALEX WD Kit M'C ARTY,
deceased, near F.spvlown. in lileom township, on
If 'endesday the 'Mh day of January next.
at 10 o'rlor'h, . .1.
the followiiigoreiiil.t"Wi I ;
One mantle clock, one comer cupboard, one din
ing table, beds and beddihC, carpels, chairs, one
coal stove, line Cooking stme, one br.-.-s hellle, '
one iron ketllejone Chuin, with an extensive vari-
ets of :
HOUSl'.HOLD AND KITCEN FCRNTTURE.
Also One Horse, one Hutuy, one two horse '
waggon, one sled, one sleigh, a lot of hoase-gears,
onecultirm ''ov, "no wind null and one plnugh.
100 BUSHELS OF inULJT I
Thiiteen bushels of buckweat. Seventeen bushels '
of rve, three tons ol hay, Sixty bushels .,t crn, ;
four h'gs, two cows, twenty sheep, one heifer,,
one weaver's loom. A lot of chains, shovels, hoe- i
and lurk", together with a variety of Fanniin; I
I'lensils, anil various other ailicles too liumei ous i
iir- Attendance given ab
id term? made kno vn
r,n llie d,.v of sale, bv
fxeco'er of Alexaii,!, c Met an;
I. r fc ,'i , IM'J
' si&tc imotjrs-
Notice is Uehebv given to all legatees
creditors and other persons inlci esd'd in the i s
tales o Ihe respective decedents and minors that
the lo'lowiiiK uiliinnislralion and guardian accounts
have heen tiled in the ollice ol the Itrgisler o 1 1 he.
county ol Columbia, mid w ill bo pux ntul tor
conlii ination and allowance to the Orphans' Court
lo he held at lilooinsliurg in and lor the County
aforesaid, on Wedneaday the 'i'M day of January
next at 'I o'clock 1'. M.
I. The" account of Samuel Creasy, ad
ministrator of the estate el I tulip Creai-i y.lalc of
IM i 111 i ii township, Columbia county, dic'd.
2. The lirst and final account of Hugh
Mct'racken, ailmiuilralor de bonis lion, &.C., of
the estate of .lames McCracken, late of l.ibery
township, Columbia county, deceased,
3 'Hie final account of John K. Grolz,
Ouirr.lian of Nunuel Kuhn, a minor child of
Isaac Kuhn, late of lllomn township, Col. Co.,
4. The final account of John K. Orotz
(iiiardian of Savilla Kuhn, a minor child of Isaac
Kuhn, latent tiloom lp , Col. co. dte'd
5. The account of Levi Aikman, Cuar
ilian of Isaac D. I''owler. a minor child of Daivd
Fowler, late of Bnaicp.ek township, Columbia
0. The supplementary account ofSatni
uel Voiks, ad'iiinisiiai'.r with the Will annexed
ot Daniel Moiilomeiy, lale of Mahoning tp,, Col-
umuia co'li iv, (Vieaseil,
7. The scniiri of the administration of
Charles Hefley, deceased, Execlor ot Henry dig
ger, decesed, tiled by l'.phraim P. Lulz, miminis
irator cum tesumento anrexo of said Hefley, late
of lilnom township, Columbia county, deceased.
8. The final account of Anthony Denj
ler, administrator cf the estate ot John Graham,
lale ol U.iai int ceek tp., col co., deceased.
9. The account of Jonathan Ci iiz $ Da
vid Crilz adrni 's. of the estate ol Juliz.ibelh Crilz.
late nf Mnnloiir township, n.l. co deceased.
10. The account of David If. Kishel, ad
ministrator ol the estate ol George Shane jr., late
of .Montour tp., Columbia co., deceased.
JF.viSU G. CLARK, Reg'r.
v Reghtkr's Oh ice, )
nlonmsburg, Dec. 'Jit, lv'j. 5
EXCIIANCE LIVERY STABLES,
1HK subset iber respectfully in
vites puiiiic, airenlion lo inc iV
:. ..". dZJM
Jittery ll.l II f)
and Ins new stock ol horses, car-v1
riages and bougies, a variety of which can be
found at his Livery Stables. He can always fur
nish Horses and Vehicles ol the best kind, and on
reasonable terms. He has recently added a num
ber ol fashionable vehicles and good horses to his
former slock, lie will furnish to parties four
horse conveyances with good and safe drivers, at
Very low prices
yrJ- Call at the lower end of Hopkinsville, on
the Fast side Main street.
NOAH S. FRENTIS.
liloomsburg, Dec. Q0, IS HJ, ly.
FLOOMSBUR(i IRON FOUNDRY
TJIHE undersigned having purchased of Mr.
jl HayhuM, Ihe Kloonisburg Iron Foundry
ami Machine Shop, would respectfully inlorm Ihe
public in general, that he is prepared to make
castings ol' it I most all sorts, si..s and descriptions
requisite for useful purposes.
STOVES, ol every variety and price kept con
stantly lor sale, and made to order on short no
tice. Also rioiiiihs, Window Frames, and all othdr
I'a-tmns made lis above.
Thicshiiig Machines and Horse powers, nf the
must approved plan, warranted tube unsurpassed.
fjrj-Oulers thankfully received and promptly
Ploom-ibnrg, Dec. 20. ll-l'J.
DR. LEIDY'S SARSAI'ARILLA
Ahead of all others! I he envy of all Pill
I)ecausr! they ace safer, belter and more eflira
) cious than an) others; and btvauselhe pub
lic will take no olhcis il ihev can obtain them.
have been sot I aonually lor Ihe last five years.
VriUNU AND I I.I), WALK Ml KKMAI.K,
can always I ilu; them will) equal safely, without
ik rn.t.s nn nkcissahy
lor purrjini! and cleansing the Sloinach and Row
els, and p u i-1 ly i fit; ihe Rlood and fluids ol the hndv,
l.iljo no olheis lor no olhor pills produce those
combined ellecN, or contain Saisaiiaiilla in them
Eat, Drink anil Live as Usual,
and per-ne your usual occupation whilst taking
Ibeui, without fear ol taliing cold, during all kinds
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS
are wagered that more genuine eerlifica!"s (from
pbisicians, Cleigy men, .Members el Conyrcss ami
respectable citizens) can be produced of their elli
Cacv t hail of anv others, ami
will be forfeited ineveiy in-lance where O.vr Boi
will not do more good than Tiu II xks of any
Forty Pills are in a box ! !
and sold at Twenty five cents a box, with direct
ions and much wholesome advice accoiupaying
They have no tate or unplea-anl smell,
Free from dust or powder of any kind,
Do lint unpe Ihesloina.ih or Rowe,
I'roduce no sickness, vomilingor bad feelings,
They are good at all limes, kind,
And adaiiie.i to most diseases niTinun to loao
Outrae and Imposition!!
There aie pills nude called 'Sarsaparilla P'lls,"
represented bv some pel sons selling tln-m as he
il.g Ihe same iis Dr Leidy's "S iisapal i lla Rlnnd
Pills." Ask I" r, and be not persuaded to take any
other than Dr LEIDY'S, and you will not be dis
appointed in lh"ir elleeis. He that Would ileceii't
; the afflicted, in selling worthless pills, or nthter
I medicine, when goo. I am! eMicm-ious aiticles are
necessary would beguiltyof clher flan Is and
I ceii.rangcs. Beware of a id shun such persons!
! liny nothing from theii store; il'they will deceive
vuu in on.' Hum,' Ihev wiil in anotie-r.
! tjcy Princpal I . 1 1 it. Dh. Lkioy's Dis'f:satiY,
'No. I I I N ii l li Ftll'lt I'l I SI'., p'il.ili:lj.ii,i-anJ
, sold Wholesale ;n,d retail bv
.1. K. Movkk, E P. Lin .. Hlnn'usbnrg ; Dr.
A. R. Wilson, lb 'rw ick ; Sloan Thompson,
Lighlslreel ; Hrown Ai. Creasy, Mnllinville; M
. Shoemaker, Hii'-'kborn; .1 A. Moore, I n i v I ; 1 1 :
I E. Wi-i tinan, K 'his iiug ; Rickets and Sl.'.va",
Orangeviile ; .In'iii Schinick, ( jllawi.k
Sheldon, .t.-i s. tovr. ; A. Lever", Wa
i ville:, I. F. D.-rr, Wihleball, and by S
: J. M
DeC. '.' .
I - III. -v.
SIIOI' FOR RENT.
I C il l dersig-ied oiler for rent the hnp l.ilr Jv
occiipi-d as a t-hoe Store. It eniovs an e-
lleiit biislnr-sa lor.iiiiin. and is 'vc'l ada;it"d in
p pirp.ise ,,t H ide, a it I nn Main S'reet ai d
I he I mtr-il part of tr evil IVru.s m-.d' r ile
Am Iv i.i FRa.NTX k J:I!Nmin
:i.i..n:i-ir', I r .- J . - i.i
SII RIFF'S BALES.
11Y virtue of sundry writsof rcwiifnHi .r)nn
lto inc. directed will be exposed lo public sale
ai ihe I i" it lliiu-e, in lllnoiinhnig, Wl Mmul.
Ihe 21st clay ol J inuary next, al I o'clock, P ,M ",
the lollowing tracts ol real eMail!, viz:
A certain trai l or piece of land situated in ne
ver township, Columbiacouniv, containing about
thirty acres, more or less, hounded bv lands ol
Win. Kulp, Jacob Hinterliter and others, where
on is erected a small lug house and a saw mill,
with Ihct appurtenances,
Seized, taken in execution and In be sold as the
properly ol Jonathan Fisher.
A certain lot or piece of ground siliiale in
riarcreek township, Columbia county, contain
ing sixteen acres, mure or les, bounded by lands
ol Jackson & Jacoby, James lloyles, Joseph Gen
sil and others, whereon is erected a Furnace,
Casting House, Foundry, Machine Shop, ulack
smith Shop, one Irnine ttore house, two one and
a half story double frame dwelling houses, one
log house one story high, one largn frame sta
ble, and other out-buildings with Iheappurtenan
ces' Also.all the right title and interest of defen
dale in a certain tract of land situale partly in Or
anise township and partly in Centic township
Columbia county, containing idinut two hundred
acres more or less, bounded hy lands in the names
of James Palion, Jacob Mou-r, Alexander Aik
man and others, with the appurtenances.
Seized, l iken in execution and to he sold as the
pioperlyof Charles KalMus.
A certain lot or parcel of land situate in
Mahuninu township, in the town ol Danville in
Columbia county, conlainingabonl one-fourth i f
an acre more or lesi, bounded in front by the main
road leading from Danville lo Caitawissa, and by
a lot belonging to lleiuy Sanders, and tin an alley
andnlheis, whereon i elected a two story lrami
dwelling house wilh a frame, kitchen aitached
thereto, and a frame stable, W ith the appurtenan
ces. Seized, taken in execution and to be s M as the
propeily of Daniel Huflman, deceased now in the
hands ol John Rhoads, administrator of said de
ceased, wiih notice to Catharine II airman, widow
A certain tract of land, situate in Jackson
township, Columbia county, containing eighty
acres more Oi' lesi, nf w hich about twenty five
acres are cleared, bounded by lands nf John Kile,
Samuel Kitchen and others, whereon is erected a
j one and a half story log dwelling house, a frame
hank barn, a saw mill, and other cut building, with
the appurteiiaii. es,
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold as ihe
property ol Elisha Hess, now in the possession t f
A certain tract or piece of land situate in
Cattawissa township, Columbia county, contain
about filleen acres more or less bounded by lands
of John Price, I. Breach and other, whereon is
erected a oneand a half story fiamo house, wilh
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold as Ihe
property ol Daniel Gensil.
At the same time and place, by virtue of
a writ ol alias vtinliiiuni iriiias,a ceriain tract
of land siluale in 1' islnngcreek lowinhip, Colum
bia county, containing one bundled and eiahl
acres more or less, bounded by lands ol J.ilwin
Holmes,Ji)lui Pealer and others, on which iseiec
ted a cme story log dwelling house, and ether
out buildings, w ilh the 'appurtenances.
Seized, taken in execution and lobe sold as (Im
properly of It. R. Carpenter.
PETER BILL .MEYER, Stiff.
Sheriff's Ollice, Rloomsbiirg, )
Decemher'JO. 1SIU . j
Into the Exchange Jhiildings, opposite
the old stand.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
TIIE subscribers return Ibeir thanks tu
cni.eiis of Rlooniibuig, and ti e public,
Ini iner lavors, ar.d ap
prize ll.em that they
have just received a
fine-new ass.n lineiil of
RooTS AM) S'HOf.3,
on Main Street, to
which I In-v invite the
attention ol cuslnm-
eis. Their selection comprizes every sort, size
and variety, and at prices lo suillhe limes.
Great bargains can be had on applica'ion.
0-- Store in the Exchange, on Main St., sign
of the Golden Root.
FRANTZ ii. JOHNSON.
Rlnomsburg, D"c !i9, lsi'.t.
VALUABLE REAL ES'lATE.'
IN pursuance of an order ol the Oi phans' Coint
ol Columbia county, on ."luiiiliu, lir 2 th of
Jhrimlnr 1 1 '. , al 10 o'clock in the forenoon,
Li rd 1!. Rupert ,Admiiis i aior.isc., 1 1 iS. k ah
Rupk.ut, late ol Montour township, in said coun
ty, deceased, will exiiose tn sale by Public Vendue,
upon the premises, a certain
TRACT OF LAND
Situate in Montour township in s..id County, ad
joining land of John II. Quick, and the Susque
hanna river and Fishing creek, containing about
IS') Acres, on which are i reeled a large
In which the Intestate re-sided at Ihe time of her
death ; with Ihe appurtenance.
ALO, On the same day, at 2 o'clock, P. M.,
another TRACT of LAND, situate in Montour
town-hip, adjoining lands ol John Richatds, Peter
Apideman, and otheis, containing Ui) Acres, or
thereabout", on v Inch F'.lijs Dietrich reside as
tenant; with the appurtenances.
l.iilelhe Esiat,' o .,iel deceased, situate in the
township of Montour, and counlv aioreaid.
lACOit EYERLY, Clerk,
Rloom-burg, D"c. 1, IS !!.'.
The first above named liact is a valuable prop
erly situate on Ihe main road limn Iilonnisburg lo
Caitawissa, lately in the occupancy of Leonard
Rupert, now dee-eased. The Nnith P.ranch Canal
runs I hioiigh i I, upon w Rich is convenient and ex
tensive whaifage. There is upon it also, a large
bank ha 1 1', a good well , a -pi ing, and a variety of
out building and other improvements.
The Second tract above named is an excellent
fanning rope vty and w ill be snld eti'ire or in
ivvo unreels. 1 lo-re is a valuable depnsiie n i
, me ii mil a p il l 1 1 Ihe
li.n'1, and limestone
1 Ihe other p ut. There i
I nther buildings upon th
I TERMS OF SALE -j
iiinnev In he paid on ,1 iv
i a lioiie, bank bai n
Five j.errenl of pureba-e
of de, one foul I h on I s'
A !ri I 1.'it, when po-sessmu w ii I he giv.-u, ami
additional l-iurth on tir-l ol' April I . one fourth
on 1st nf April IS "', .m l 'he remainder tt of
April I :,:, LEONARD R RI'PERT.
.Mmiiiisti aim ,
).-rein'ner 1, I 4.l
ir.V'The alwve sal
in'il Tuesday , the o ;.l U
I I anunry , I i, (ier.
nml dav of Ci
b'lig at 1 ,i''i
r' p,t p Cenr' Hnn-e, In nlnnlos
k P M
L. !'.. RUrERT.
List of Cmius fr Trial ut Ja.tnari
Term, 1 8.").),
calih v- t h ii li s F
is i.' .in in,.,, in,,,
ti' .nh. ,il v J. din
. 1'ijicr v- ,, In, ,i
Melllet vs S Hi., el
Mai li el al
o lleni) ll.i, Una., Vs .,; ,, pi, nli
7 Jacob -Velliver vs .!.. n Itunvan
S Isaac Tjler v4 Hei .l n n, I'. Fuck.
'J 'I'hiiinas : sutlon vs Venial, Reus
10 Robert Muiiigotm-i) ir Imuui ll,.ss and JoIik
11 Nicholas Seyh. i l Vs Tin's ConnelU el ..I
I 'J John P Grove etal vs William Doiuldoon tt al.
13 Lloyd Thomas vs IVler Mowrer.
1-t Caleb Applemai. v Josiah G.llnaith.
1) John Heirnnel ux vs J M.'G e.vin ndni'r. et al
HI George Drei.,bacli vs Jacob K ll,n, ,-.
17 Adams it Price vs Frederick R Wo! Umth
1 John Shindy vs Samuel Yosl et al.
19 Thomas Wililouei's Fx. vs Knbeii I.i.ekari
20 Same vs same.
i John Shively vs Samuel Yost e al.
n James ltlack Vh Richani Clack
J:i David N Kownover et al versus n..,,;'i
01 Manassah Howman vs Joseph Sharpless.
2.') John Ai henhach vM..iht w McDowell et al.
ib h uiie v same.
21 Anna Dillman vs S R M Yanlz.
Jolin H ed v,. Le Gr ind Ihmrrofi
!y lohn Davies et at Vs Win II Wooden
II Isaac Huriiheimir etal va J I! Fred,., let it ,,1
'tl L"vi Asblon vs Alnabam ('ol.
.'I'J David II ,. vs J,;,e Alcn et al
.'I'i Win l.'etieih v M,,H1, M a v e I i , v
nl Drake & Idchli I vs N,chojs Seyberf,
V F.phraim MeCnllum's Fx vs. 11. Join
IN pursuance of an order of Ihe Orphans' Courl
id Columbia couuiy, en
Saturday, the fifth duy of January next,
tit 10 n'l lo. k, ii llie forenoon, Sah All i'hii.pot,
Adminislraliix i,e , of WILLIAM P1HLPOT,
lale of Mountpleafantlowiiship, in said county,
deceased, will expose to sale by Public Vendue,
upon the premises, a certain
LOT F LAND.
Situate in Muunlpleasant township, uioresaid, ad
joining lands of John Oman, on Ihe north ; John
Hei-ler, on the east; Fishingneck, on ihe south.
ouurpr jimn, on rne ivn-coni-uniiig
TWENTY THREE ACRES,
T I. . I . ... '
all cleared and improved land. '1 here is on the
Frame Rant, ani
HS2 Apple Orchard,
and a good Spring- of water.
ALSO: -A Wood Lot,
Situate in Monulpleasaiil li.wnship, aloresaid, ad
joining James Grimes, on ihe east and south,
William Howell, on the we. i and Jacob Ship
man, on the liortli containing
Lale the estate of Ihe said deceased. siltinte in the
township of Mountpleasiiit, and county afore
said. JACOI? EYERLY, Clerk.
Illonmshnrg, Nov. ?0, l-l'.l.
IH.OO.MSISURG CHAIR FACTORY
VIE su'iscriiii-r icMicctfnllv informs theciii.
zens ol Rlnomsburg and the community in
gi-nerai, mat lie lias opened a
fashionable Vhnir factory,
On ihe south east corner of Main and Iron streets,
next door in Conner's Store, when; he rnanufac
lines lo order and keeps constantly on hand for
sale c heap, all kinds of fancy, ornamental,
Chairs, Settees, and Boston Rockers,
of the most durable make and latest stvle
. ALMJ.-liOIJSE PAINTING Ai PAPERING,
executed to order as above on short notice
OCJ-Tho cusleun of Farmers and others is invited
to hi establishment, and all kinds of produce ta
ken in exchange.
DiM ijilLASS HECHES.
RlontiH'iurg, Dec. 1'J, I s .:,i..'ini.
A D.MI N I STRA T( ) RS N OTI ( J V. ,
Estate .Qbruhuai Mosteller, Sr., deceased.
JOTK'E h hereby given, that letters of Ad-
ministration on Ihn estate of Akiiaiiam
MnsTKi-t-Kn, Sr., late of MilHin township, Co
lumbia county, deceased, have been granted hy
the Rngi'ter of said county, to Ihe undersigned,
residing in said Milllin township ; All persons
indebted lo s iid estate are requested tu nuke
oavment, and those having claims will present
them for settlement,
A HI? All. AM MOSTELLER, Jr.
Dec. 22, lSlO-tit Mninistrnlur.
Estate of Jllerander McCarty, deceased.
TOTICF. is hereby given,
that letters testa-
meniarv on ihe estate of ALEXANDER
j McC ART 1 , Isle ol !,'"t;i Inwnsliiii, C'l.-luiiibia
I county, ih'ceased.have b- en granted, bv the Rcnis-
ler ol said comity, In the undersigned residing in
lileom township; All persons indebted lo said
i-tate are requested to make payment , and those
hiving claims will present them to t he Execulols
JOHN McCXRTY, )
JOHN K. GROT,
Dec. H, l.t0.-flt.
rilUE subscribers wih tn inlorm their friends
jj and the public generally, that I hey have ta
ken the entire stock ol store goods belonging to
Ihe late firm of Hefley & Meudenhall, and enter
ed into partinerLii under the firm ol' MF.NDEN
HALL AND MFNSCII, daiing liom theilth ol
November, IM'.i. and their stock compriies a
general asoitmelit ol Mercbalidi.e, suited to the
season. They can always be lound al the Cheap
Curlier, anxious tu sell cheap for cash or in ex
change lor country produce generally
A. C. MENSCH.
Rloomshnrg, Dec. 1 1. IM'.i r.l.
Ill E undersigned lake this method to nntifv
al! those haing uiim-iccI fcceunls wilh ihe
iaie him ol Hi (lev Mecdet.hall, Ir, call on him
and have I he same ad justed by the first of Februa
ry next, and lho-e w ho have iiIic hIv ei joyed a re- )
asnnable credit are expected In r-.:l iininedialelv
preiiared lo make payment, as the death of Mr.
Hi tliv renders il necessary ihat the business of:
the f.rm be settled up a speedily as possible
S. MENDKMI ALL,
Surviving J'arlni r.
Rlnnmshiirc, Dec Ci, 1 I'.. ijt.
TO MY CREDITORS.
"OTICF. is .ee'-v given, that 1 have applied
to the C,iii"l n I' I'l.nionio I'l. 'is o Collin bia
i-.unty. for the be'i.-fi! ' ihe In-o!vei.t Laws of
tins l.'i mtnoiiwi alth, ano li e -aul Court have ap
mil led the Third Monitfy i-l January ncx'.li i
ti h hearing of me and inv rndiior- at the Cnnr'
t-Icn-e in Ti'-.iTsluirg
i'eu i if V"ii think pi.
ind w In 1 e t r 11 Ton i
A 'HERE AS. the Hon. J.e-i ni H. Antiiiy,
T T I icsnu ut o me ( onus ol Oyui ami Irr
in, lien, ami Geneial Jail Delivery, C'o'urt ol Quir
I. r Sessions i I Hie Pe. ce, aim toiinol Coinlnoi)
I'lu.is and Uiphain,' Coioi, in n,e Kigbth Judicial
Dish icl, ( oinjii.e. il o in- counlii BOl Noilhuiu
beila il, Ciuinliia ami l.vcoining ; ami Ihe Hon.
ft a mi: i.i. O k i, ami .si kmi., Iiai.I'y, F.sipnns,
AsjiM lale Juota in l oiumbia coiinly , have issued
their precept, bearing dale Ihe 'JVh day of Nov.,
in Ihe ye n ol our Loid one ibouaiicJ eight hun
'lied unit foily-iiiiie, anil i,, n,e CiiecleU lor hid
d.ng i Courl ol j,.-r aim ') . , miner, and General
Jail D, livery, G.ii.ial ( f ,,iii .Vs-lulis of the
Pence Coiillion pleas ami Uiphan's Court in
Hlnoin-hnig, in Ihe ciiiiiii) o Uilnu. bit, on Ihe
Ihllll M r , . I V . (belli. Hie 'Jlsl clay ) ot JA.WA
li Y ni x', anil In loi.nnue two weeks :
NollCt IS IHIKIli.M. IIIKIBV CilVKN.tOtha
Coroiior, the Justices o ihe Peace and constables
ol the siid cmihiy ol I oiombia. that Ihey be then
and Ihi re in the proper peianna al 10 o'clock 111
ihe f. renin. ii of sani day, wiih their records, in
(uisilii.ns, and nihil leii.elnhiaiires, In do those
tnmg.s which tn Ibeir i, Hires appertain lo be done.
And (li one thai are Imund by recognizance, to
pinscuie again.-! ihe pusnners ihal me or i,,iy be
in the Jan ol said coiiniy of Columbia, aie lo be
'hen and there lo proaecule Ihem as shall he just.
Juinis are rei'ii sied lo he pum lual in ihcir uiitti
dance, aieeol.ly In I heir Indices.
Daleii ,il IMoouisbuig, ihe y-Jnd dny of Dec, in
the year ot our Lord one lb usaim eight hundred
and tony nine, ..ml in Ihe 'i-lih yiai of ihe hide
peiidaiice ol the United Stall i ol America.
PETER I ll.LN.EYH'v, WW.
Rlucim'burg, Dec. S'j. s 10
In the Orphans' Court of Columbia coun
Estate of JOIL KM)I;1!,
late if Centre tou-nshin. in the I
County nf Columbia, dictated Partition
Tl 10 :,usati Kiiorr, the widow el .1, hn K.ncrb,
X Thomas Ktioir, Joseph Knorr, Joseph Lu
ley.and Eliza his wife, lte Eliza Km.ii , Jehu
(loiiner, Jr., and Sarah, his wile, lute Sarah
Knorr, Levina Knorr, children ol John Knorr,
deceased ; Abraham Dildine, and Louisa, Fi9
wife, lale Louisa Knorr, Diakc, ai d
Angelina, his wife, late Anueh na Ivnon .
John Freas, guardian ot Regma Knorr, Aa
ron Knorr, Reuben Knurr, Joseph Knorr,
and Elisha Knorr, childien ol 1 eter Knoir, de
ceased, w ho was one of the sons ol John Knoir,
deceased, Charlfs Hagenboch, guardian ol John
Knorr, Susan Knoir, Saiah Knorr, and S.in,ui l
Knorr, nod 'I Iminas Knoir, guardian of Hiram
Knorr, Phineas Knorr, and Man Ann Knorr,
children of Wiiliam Knoir, di ccasnl, who was
oneol the sons ol John Knorr, deceased, and
William I lageiibui h, guardian of Sarah Hagen
bueh and Eliza Hagenouch, children o Ann Ha
geiibiich, deceased, lale Ann Knorr
You, and each of uu, will lake notice,
That an INQUEST, wili be held at the laiedwe!
ling house of John Knoiir, decea-cd, in I ha
township of Centre, in the county of Columbia,
Friday, Ihe Eleventh day of January
between the hour? often o'clock, a. in. and 0 o.
clock, p. in ,o! that day, lor Ihe purpose i f making;
Partition ok i hk. IUal Slttatc,
of said deceased, lo and among his children and
representatives, if the .same i an be done wilbour
prejudice lo or spoiling of Hie who
to Value and appraise Ihe same ac
at hich time and place you are
tend, it you think nroner.
Rloomsburc, November ISI9.
1Y virtue of a writ of Vei l Fieian, to mc di
Ji r.cied, will be expos,.,) to Public Sale.al I ho
i.ouil Hou-e, in h'looii.sl-iiig. en
Monday, the JJ Est day of Dccrmher, IS-iR,
at one o'clock, p. m , Hie lollo.vmg prup. itvio
1st. A Lot of ('nnirnl, i-itmifc in Rntu
ingrreek township. I.'i.liimlua . ..nniv. i
lauds ol Reniien Fahiinger, (iei-i.e' f.-mm "
Daniel Kelli r. Joseph t Icnoi , -.,,.,1 He i i u
ding to n,.:.r (jap, eoiiininii.g heuvi.n 'I HI; HI
AM) I'OIT! ACRES, ,,,,,,-e or on which h
erected a LOG l.OL'SK AND SLOP
2. A Lot of (.'roti ed, in llie Fame town
ship, adjoining Daniel Kelt, r. J,ep, Cleaver,
George I'ellcrri.an. pi.d He hear (J;,p Ui,t
which is rieeled a FRAME .(j;sK, containing
ONE ACRE AND A HALF. h
3. A Lot of Wood Land, in same town
ship, at Ihe font of Ui(, Lit ft,- .Mountain. !,e!jon,Hig
lan-:s ol John Dillv. and J. ,, ph Mi kc cm, (110?
nboht Foil! ACRES AND THREE '0( RJllS
more or h--s. '
Seized, taken in eve-cntinn and lo be sold as the
properly ol John Reai.
PET F.I? r.II.LMEYLR, ShW
nirv's Oni'T, Ri.ooMBfnfj.
De.-i m'n r , I vp.i.
Estate of JM-OE MILLER, deceased,
1).'RS.AI'NT totlie directions cnnlaii ed in the
. last Will and Testvuient ol JACOll MIL
LEU, Junior, late of Rloom li.wnship, Colpmhi
county, deceased, will he exposed lo sale, I y Pid).
he Yendiui or On.( ry. on tl..- i n n.cs on
Tuesday, the first' deni of Jan. a, (l850,
A Certain JPlr;nali.in
or, Tract of Land.
Situate in C-nlre lownship, Columbia county,
adjoining lands of Isaac II. -s, nn the west; John!
Thresher, on the noilh ; J.-aae Low, on Ihe east
Peter Miller, on the south, and Rcnjamin llconi
on Ihe smith and west, containing
ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY
FIVE ACRES AND I 10 IITY-'J IIREH
1'F.KCIIES AND Tli REl'.-FOURTUS.
IM-There is a LSJIi: ti I..V, on the pre
mises and abundance ol goon Li.mk Sti nk
-ei : 1 . '
ineieisou ine piemi.-es a two JM
sl..rv tin: Ulir.!.1 ..I...... n . .... fSfSS
it n.tr.iX.iRsrii 1 1
a h.,..,i,r . ,1 I. VftTl I I
ARD.a stone s'priiiahnii-e.
"YlV "--II "I "aler at the
.uAidi.or, anil ether ooiihmldipg.,
a-.V'o-lv ,a'"pV'."''"'1' "Nl: 'iUNDEFD ANT)
TILL . Al I. Es, i eieaicd laud, ;,.,d ... a high
state o cultivation
, The land is of firsf..,i:aliiv, and well worthy
Iheal'eutlnn c, any pe,. veto li.av he eiei,ous
ol i,.irchaing a lnst.iaie laup
H- I KR Ms, will be n ade known on 11 .
IOSFPII rOHE. and
LE.AII FOHF. h,iP
1 rah Mi'hr.
lan.h Mm, , j,.,
Inr, ,,'t era fit
Err fuller description, eic
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