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STATEMENT
OF THE
AND
Expenditures
OF
COLUMBIA COUNTY;
FOR THE YEAR 1845.
'Die Auditors elected to adjust and settle the public
accounts ol Ihu Uounty ot Columbia, have examin
fii the lamo from tho 7th day of January, 1815 to the
'i uay of January, 1840, bath days inclusive, and re
f pcfAiUy lay before the Judges of the Court of Common
l'leas the following statement and report agreeably to the
22(1 a id 23d sections of an Act of the General Assembly,
paised the Mill day of April, A, D. 1831.
DAVID CLARKE, Treasurer of Columbia coun
ty, in Account with said bounty.
To balance at last settlement
Amount received from Collectors for
003 53
the year
do
do
do
do
do
1840
1841
1842
1843
1814
1815
5 00
80 25
844 00
2001 89
4040 71
301 00
-7938 91
Amount received from other sources.
of tax on unsealed lands 51 03
redemption monej on do 140 40
of Jamb Demon 1 24
L B. Ruperi 743 38
TIioiiihs and Wm. Barber 175 00
Jacob Eyerly, jury fees 4 00
I). II. Cray 50 00
as premium on pay't of State tux 581 57
of Reese and McHride 5 00
of Supervisors of Jackson town
ship lor C. R. Duckalew 2 12-
-1751 40
Whole amount received in tho year 1815 $1 0 290 84
cue.
By amount of Commissioner's orders redeemed 7018 48
By commissions on 87048 48 uf 2 per cent, 140 07
Commissions on $3107 39 31 07
By amount of Cash in Treasurer's hands,
January 7, 1810 3070 32
SI 0,290 81
Bridge Contracts.
Amount nnul It. Russe on contract
in full 173 97
Peter Enl, Madison 100 00
Peter Enl do 205 00
Peter Knt cxra work 50 00
Jiseph Fulton 100 00
Robert Montgomery 8 00
Bridge Views.
Amount paid sundry persons for viewing
scitcs and reports on Bridges
lioad Viewt.
Amount paid sundry persons for making
reports on public roads
Bridge Repairs.
Amount paid sundry persons for repaiis
done in bridges in and built by the
county
Jurors JVuges and Mileage.
Amount paid Grand and Travetso Jurors'
at the several terms for the year 1845
Stale Costs.
Witnesses and
in suits where
tho Commonwealth was plaintilT
Repairing County Building.
Amount paid for repairing Jail and Court House
Printing.
Amount paid Levi L, Tate 77 50
Henry Webb 123 50
V. Best 79 50
Charles Cook 80 00
A.M.Gangawer 27 60
Contingent.
Amqttnt paid in store bills foi candles, piper,
ink, quills, banks for Court end Com
inissionrrs' office, postage, fuel for Court
House, &c.
Amount paid Justices,
Constables as costs
-030 07
40 00
230 00
470 04
1287 24
149 56
0 10
-307 00
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
7 tx Refunded.
Amount paid on duplicate 07 CO
to sundry porioni on land
sold and redcomed 271 73 372 23
Orders Redeemed by new Issuer.
Amount received during the year 1815 25 95
Penitentiary Expentes.
Amount paid E. S. Penitentiary for up-
port, (Sic. of convicts . 190 94
Assessors Pay.
Amount paid the sovrial Assessors for making
tue spring assessment, 1845
Amount paid assessor of Bloom 13 25
Brierrreek 12 12
Catlawina 9 12
Center 11 25
Deiry 18 12
Fisliingcreek 10 12
Franklin 7 00
Gicenwootl 10 25
Hemlock 10 25
Jackson 0 G2
Liberty 13 12
Limestone 9 15
Mifflin 13 12
Maine 12 12
Madison 10 12
Mahoning 25 25
Mt Pleasant R 25
Montour 10 12
Orange 8 75
Rnaringrreek 16 2&
ftugarlouf 1844, 9 50
Kugrloafl845 11 25
Vally 5 25 205 32
Constables Attending Court.
Amount patu lor ilic year 1845 49 00
Constables Returns to Quarter cssions.
Amount paid lor the year 1845 120 05
Jailer and Sheriffs Fees.
Amount paid lram Deri; Sheriff for
Boarding prisoners &u 133 00
Washing and cleaning prison 23 75
Costs in Commonwealth suits 40 12
Wood and cual for Jail 30 52
Conveying B Stoke to E. S.
Penitentiary 74 25
H. Warner 71 87
for putting up Removal Bills 22 00
Summoning Jurors tor 4 Cuurls GO 00
Bud clothes lurnished prison, &c 9 90-
Depuly Attorneys fees.
Amount paid E. II Baldy Eq. 10 50
C. R. Buckalew 61 00-
Atlomey to Commissioners.
Amount paid Paul Leidy Esq.
Court Crycr.
Vmount paid J. F. Slinlrs 32 00
William Kitchen Esq. 11 00-
Audttors pay.
Amount paid J. II. Ikcler Esq. 9 00
J. C. Spreul 10 50
Peter Kline 9 00
E. Mendanhull as Clerk 2 00-
Books and booh binding.
Amount paid for dockets
Prrtlhnnolarys fees.
Amount paid J. Eyerly Esq.
Wild cat and fox scalps.
Amount paid ss premiums
Commissioners and Clerks pay.
Amount paid John B. Edgar in full 149 75
Samuel Mears 149 25
Frederick MtBritio 153 87
Peter Ent 10 50
E. Mendenhall Clerk 237 50-
Physicians services.
Amount paid J C. Murray 12 00
William MoM.kan 1 00-
Eleclion expenses.
Amount paid the Several election
171 47
-07 50
25 0
43 0U
--30 50
33 87
180 38
127 80
-700 8"
-13 60
STATEMENT OF OUTSTANDING DEBTS
DUE THE COUNTY, JANUARY!, 1810.
Amount dno by L. B. Rupetl 25 05
do train I'err 10 10
do Peter Irwin on nolo 2 57 4
do J. D. Vanhorn 72 00
do Jnhp Mellenry 20 00
do John 11 Jennings 28 20
do Solomon Razor 44 38
do Johh Miller 31 48
do Samuel Hsgenberg 60 00
do Samuel B. MoOarly 75 40
do Alexander Yablo 48 17
do T.cV W.Barber on j'd't 358 28 775 17
Amount Due bi, Collectors as follows
Uounty Tax. auto l ax.
Isaac Blue Mahonine, 1840, 53 43
John Bailer Montour, 1841, 5 15
Samuel Freaso Briercieek. 1842, 193 00
Hiram Phillips Cdtiawissa do
John Me Williams, L beity do 12102
Daniel I'ornwald Orauta do 1 50
Charles Mensch Iluaringcreek do 08 94
09 88
8 00
105 07
Whole amount due for 1840 12 $473 70 $183 55
James McDermolt
Mlarman Labor
James Yocuin
Richard Wilson
J. Carnahan
John Best
George Brown
James Vanhorn
Reuben Davis
Caleb Apptoinia
Whole amount for 1843
Clwood Hughes
Cha's Hxgcdbuch
John Low
Wm Ikeler
Philip Reesa
John C. Kinney
David Itemly
FrederickMcBiide
Robert Auten
William Howel
John K, Girton
GeorgJ Derr
Robert Russel
James Patterson
James Craig
John H. Davis
Thomas Benfield
Charles H. Hest
Whole amount due for 1814
Millinery
MISS M. E.
Bloom, 1843, 331 29
Fishinucreek do 61 51 12 47
Jackson do 7 74
Libtriy do 132 30
Madison do 74 27
Mahoning do 204 83 212 57
Mifflin do 11 72 09 45
Orange do 25 34
Sugarloaf do 109 07 20 80
Valley do 1 10 01 120 26
ROI2ISON.
HAS has just reiurned from Phjladelphi
and idded Is her former alnck a largp as
sortmentof Millinery ar.d Fancy Article
consisting in part of a gonera! assortment o
Fashionable Ribbons of all hinds.
Bonnet Vilvet if ul colors and quality
Winter Artificial Fioivers of all kinds
anil almost every thing else that uiav In
called for in her lino. All uf which will br
sold very low. Ladies arc 11 quested to
call and see oil themselves.
December 5
81124 74 S438 01
Briercreek, 1814 110 31 60 03
Bloom do 381 58 70 05
Franklin do 190 47 100 41
Fisliingcreek do 108 80 12 08
Gieenwood do 30 83 123 21
Hem.'ock do 118 41 02 04
Jackson do 44 50 10 79
i.Limestoae do 1 1 1 17
Liberty do 333 10 30 57
Ml Pleasant do 30 98 12 90
Montour do 14 20 19 80
Madison do 430 54
Mahoning do 205 87 400 02
Orange do 88 21 21 16
Itoaringcreek do 108 70 38 19
Sugarloaf do 130 38 20 90
Valley do 82 99 110 01
iriililin do 105 47 08 CU
$2779 09 St 187 40
Samuel Adams Briercreek 1845 255 17 0!J 32
George John Bloon. do 341 44 230 05
Suloman Nyhtrl Centre do 234 07 349 50
John Ellis Csltawissa do 21 00 2U 85
John Sterner Derry do 305 39
William Robbins Fisliingcreek do 109 89 172 82
Ulam Siroup Hemlock do 178 20 380 0
Thomas Young Jackson do 37 50 78 45
foseph Carr, jr. Liberty do 281 60 201 04
ulin Fulton Limestone do 202 43 50 77
Samuel Thurston Mt Pleasant do 04 74 88 00
lohn Richards Montour do 171 86 70 31
Christian Wolf Mifllin do 244 01 103 00
I. Carnahan Madison do 235 85 243 25
Rudolph Shtimao Maine do )18 99 00 23
Edward Morrison Mahoning do 677 07 321 72
Vlfred Howel Orange do 155 66 180 00
SnlomonFetterman,ltoaringcseok,do 252 91 186 29
Whllam Roberts Sugar.oaf do 141 29 271 79
Joshua Sietler Valley do 172 00 85 24
Abraham Lilly Franklin do 121 40 31 78
John Robbina Greenwood do 182 46 120 90
Whole amount for 1845 $4139 52S34Q0 70
do 1844 2779 69 1187 40
do 1843 1124 74 438 61
do 1812 415 12 113 67
do 184 3 15 60 88
dn 1840 53 43
Arn't duoCounty on bond, note fc jndg'i 775 17
Clysters
t 9 9
e
P IILADELPHIA AND AMUOY
STEKS constantly on hnnd and for sale
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
by
J .V CANNON.
Bloomsburg, December SO.
An assortment of UfjLLOW WARE
such 89 Kut les, Pots, (oilois, Tea Kettles,
Spiders, Cake Griddle, cVc AUo Large mid
imtll Waggon Ilexes, from tho Danville iiaglc
Works, just received nnd for salo by
11 IS I LEY &. MEN DEN II ALL.
December 20
LJST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post-Office, at Blooms
burg; December 31; 1840,
Jacob Beekei John Law
V. B Ctiinmiugs N. Mitchell
Charles Gay John M. Miller 3
lohtiE IIughes;ship Wui. Powell
i-trah Ann Howell A. J. Stone
James Shoemaker
Win S. Siiiiihsoti
John" Walsh
William Williams
It. MOYER, P. M.
BUSINESS CAIIDS.
A . COOL,
Attorney at fjaw
BrJOMSBURG, con. CPA-"
Offlco in Maln-aticet, opposite. D.e?bJcVHoteh
CHARLES KAI1LER, "
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
AND . .
COft"l EYAA'GER,
BLOOMSBURO, COL. CO , PA.
OlPice, corner of Uat and Main. streets
CHARLES It. BUCKALEW
Attorney at Law,
Office South side of Main-jt. bt 0,0
Market,
rjWII.L ATTEND COUtTS IN
THE COUNTIES OF COLUMBIA
AND LUZERNE.
LIN VI I. L, OsTEIt I,OII & WfiST. '
Wholesale Dealers in
V
iucy ;:.
No. 61 North 'Third Streci.
Above Arch,
Gen. W. Linvill;
AlberiF Osterloh,
JiMuph V. West.
Aug 9th 1815.
run. a.
POf'NDS ef a superior quality of
IRISH SALMON,
nstreccivoJ at the aioru of
WM. MCKELVY & Co
Dccombcr fi
9
Isaac Johnson
Iacob Jacuby
lossph Long
Daniel Lusk
JOHN
LOOK OUT.
Al! persons indebted In the st'bscri
her on bond, note, or book account
make payment before the first day ol
February next, or their accoun'tt will 8f
1 er that date, be left with a Justice o
the Peace for immediate cllcciimi,
DANIEL S.NYDL'R-
Dec. 27 1845.
districts including
and assessors fees
Constables
1 El'i n board Bloom 39 94
do Rnanreek 30 80
do Catltwissa 33 40
di Centre 29 27
do Deny 27 02
do Fisliingcreek 27 70
do Fianklin 20 57
do Greenwood ?0 72
do Hemlock 28 05
do Jackson 35 00
do Liberty 23 75
do Limestone 27 30
do- Madison 30 40
do Main 28 25
do Montour 25 80
do Mifllin 27 67
do Mahoning 24 60
do Mr. Pleasant 29 30
do Orange 28 50
do Paxton District 26 65
do Ritaringcreek 33 42
do Sugarln&f 33 45
do Fhlley 26 22 673 68
Whole am'l duoCounly Jan.7, 1846, $9592 82 $1300 32
Subject to a deduction nf 8 percent, lor comiiiiMont
and exhonnralion to the Collectors.
Collectors names marked thus have sinre settled in
full
81 09 Amount of Expenditures during the year ISfft, S'2
We the undersigned. Auditors of Columbia county
being duly elected to adjust and settle the accounts of Ihe
'Treasurer and Commissioners, have rarefully examined the
accounts and vouchers of the same for the year 1845, do
certify that we find them to be correct as set forth in the
foregoing statements and that we find a balance of rash in
the Treasury for rounty purposes, of three thousand nd
seventy six dollars lliiriv-two cents, and a balance out
standing due the county from the above mentioned sources
ol nine thousand live hundred and ninety two dollars anil
eighty two cents.
GiTen under our hands this IO1I1 day of January AD.
1810.
JAMES C SPROUL,")
PETER KLINE, . Auditors.
WILLIAM COLE. J
W the undersigned 6'ommissioneis of ihe nonniy ol
Columbia do certify that the foregoing is a full and onrreci
Siaicmont nf the Receipts mid Expenditures of the said
county, for tho year 1845.
Witness am hands al Danville this 10th day of Januarv
i. D. 1846.
SAMUEL MEARS. "
FREDERICK AcBRlDE. I Commissioners
PE VER ENT. J
A4test E. MENDENHALL. Clerk.
THE PRINTER WANTS
Cash,
Wheat,
f$-ye9 Corn,
Buckwheat.
Wood, &c.
Supply the Printer's wants, but don'
II come el oner: iiivo him time lo slow
he stuff away.
SEM3S5 !
(j&l.
TONS L.I1110 Burners COAL
tor salo by
HEFLEY & MENDENHALL.
.December SO
y" JPEaster
50 Tom UOrA SCOTIA PLASTER
50 Ton LAKE PLASTER,
Just received and for sale by
- -Wm. McKELVY' y Co.
ecember 13,
TWO APPRENTICES WANTED
TothoCMH'J3NTn'S BUSINESS. Good
steady boys, 10 or 17 years of age will receive good
eucourageroont-by-making; immediate application
to CHAKLL'3 GRAMM.
Bloomsbure, January 17.
NOTICE
trf hereby given that I have pnrchaseil at Con
stable sale, th following property ai belonging
to William E. Rasmus, to wU Two acics cf rvo
on tho ground; ono mantle clock; one bcaurcau;
four ehoata and a set of miners tools, and buve left
tho tamo in his possession during my pleasuro,and
fnrb any person taking them from him by pur
chase or otherwise without my consent.
JOSIAH LYNN.
January 10, 1010
Sleigh Bells.
JUST received a fresh supply of double body,
single body, uud martingale Sleigh Delia, at
the Now Store. L. 1), UUl'iSRT
January 17
NOTICE
LI. persons indebted to the subscriber are re
quested to call anu settle tneir acrounis slid
innko immediate payment, as it is actually naces
sary that his accounts should be closed without do
lliy1' ALEXANDER HAZLET
Wllllaratbwg, January 17 '
BLASTING POWDER.
Itec of Dlustliis Poivtlor
of the best quality, juat received by
WM. McKELVY & Co
December 6
0 BARHCI.S of the best quality of
MmeMtfrcti
just rceoivodby
Wew Stmc
rBHE ubscoibers respectfully intorm Ihe pul
JM. lie, that they ore now opening, at the A'tom
lalelyoccupiedbvE.il. I1IGUS. on Mi.rk.tt
a large and extensive assortu.uut uf
FALL AND WINTER
DRY GfiODS.
Groceries, Hardware
EARTHEN WAKE AND
LIQUORS:
in fact, every article unusually kept in a country
store. Among their assortment mav to found
Calicoes, of iho newest patterns. Silk.
Cloths, CasRtmcres, Sattinetts, Vest
ings, Bleact.td and Brown Shirt
ings, Gloves and llnss, Hand
kerchiefs Httd Shawls,
(.'asli'iieres.
And having selected them with great care as to
quality and price, they die eliublcd to bell them t
lower prices than thev have ever before been of
fered in thia vicinity for Cash or Country Pro
duce. dj"IIaviug made arrangementB in the t'ity for 11
eonntant supply, any article in their line which
thev have not on hund.cun be futuUhed at u neck a
iiaticc.
Persons o'e requelrd t. call nnd exnnnnp their
goods and prices before ptircliHsiny eheuhere
ALHKIOI1T A MRNGEL.
Illoom buig, Oct. 1J, 18-15-J5
NOTICE
S hereby given that on thc9lh of November last
I purchased ot Itrubcn Pollsginve
One I! ood Stove,
and have lelt the same in his poster on duiing my
pleasure, and lorliut any perum taking it t.oni him
hy pnrthate or otheiuipe. without my cnni-rrt.
JOHN HOWEU.
December 18, 1815
BOWEL & SUMMER COM PLAINT-
NO CURE NO PAY.
Dr. Jayne, No. 8 South Third Street, it-
willing 10 guarantee that his CARMINA
TIVE BALSAM will cure UiarrliOM
Cholics, Cramps, Giiping Pains, Chulert
Morbus Summer Unmnlstnt, and oilier uo-
(nngornenlB of the Stomach and Bowels, in
nientvnine rsses nut of a httntlred, and in
trss than half the time it can be etjectt d bt
ir.v other means.
li is extremely pleasant, anrf chililren are
fond of it. It is equally as enieliial tor ail
nils as children, and uhen the direction
followed, and a cure is not tfTcied,
the money will be cheerfully reiurned.
rice 25 and B0 rents a bottle.
The sbovB Mtdicitie am all for salt
U the ttoie ol
JOHN R. MOYER.
Uloomsburg.
IC7CHEAPER THAN EVER Dl
Mew Arrival
TltliSBC GOODS
AT THE
NOTHTR splendid assortment of GOODS
lmi insi heen adilcd to the former stock nt
tliu Arcade: which wo can sell cheaper than os
ever before oflcred In this uiatket. Gcrillen en who
wih COtlU and CiEAP CLU I 115, end lmdics
,i, PASllinNAlII.E. GOOD fc (JIIKA1
nrltrlna Inr IICKSSES. ol CVCrV tlCHCl 1 1,11011 , Hit
find it for their ill crest to call, as u know tney
will be hntUtiod with the quality and prices ol nur
Roods. Our motto being' Uheopcr man llio wicai.
ont. ivn run nnd will live Ull to It.
Cashmeres 2f Cen's per yaro, ami cveiy
THREE CENTS REWARD.
Ran eway from the subscriher on the 3d intt..
liny named SILAS MIl.LAliD. The abovu ic-
ward will be paid, but no charges, il said boy
elurned to the subscriber within ten days. I ho
public are hereby warned pot to trust or harbor him
on my account, as I hold myself no longer respon-
ible for hun. Putney urove, 12 mo. 10th 1845.
THOMAS MENDENHALL.
NOTICE.
All persons Indebted to the late firm of EVER
ind HE1TLY. on Note or Hour account arc re-
ipjested to call on tho subscribers ami settle iho
game bclore tlie tirst, day l eiiruary next.
I'hose neglecting hit ncttce may cxptct to pay
cost. ' i
CHARLES IEFLY.,
Dec.20, 1S45.
4
Nottee.
LL those .ndebtfd tt the suhsriil cr on pond,
Note or Hook Account, of. Jrnger standiiiR
man ONE YEAH, ale reqUrstcd to cull and settle,
the same previous tn the fir6t day of February next.
Ml those-neglecting wis nonce n ay cxicct toty
cost
WM McKELVY &, Co.
Dec. 13.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
7 he Estate of ISAAC C. JOHNSON"
lute vj Crane toivnsl.tp, ditiuiftl.
NOTICE is hereby gtvon that Htlns ol minim
istrutiou on the obovo lmntioncd Eituto
huu heen granted to the subscriber, liing in Or
ange tovwibnip. All persons inilclilid ioaiu csiaiu
aro hcieby notified to make imiiif diatu paynienl,
and nil those liuving ilniiiis nre imiuihiu iu jnu
sent ihi'in properly authenticated to
MANUHL LAZARUS,
JUlIN B. EDGAR.
Administrators,
January, 17, 1?40.. , , -
thing else in proportion.
ALilUGHT MENGAL;
November 23
WM' McKELVY & Co.
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