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to tll8 ' With sweetest flowers enrich' d, 'From various garden eull'd with care." MY MAIDEN AUN P. BV HOLMES. My mini! my dear uninarrirtl mint? Lonji years have o or her flown, Yet still she strailis the aching clasp That binds lie i virgin zonei I know it hurls her though sho looks As cheerful as sho nan, Her waist is ampler than her life, For life is hut a span. My aunt, my poor deluded aunt. Her hair is almost gray; Why Till she train that winter curl In such a spring liku way! How can she lay her glases down, And say bIic reads a well, When through a double convrx lens She just maki out In spcll Ilcr f ihor qrindpapa! foigive TV1) Pirni( lip its smiles Yr -,i s'.o would m.iko thu finest girl Wii'mi a hundred miles lie sent her to a otylish school, Twas in her thirteenth June, And with her, as she rules required. 'Two towels and a spoon.' T' nv braced my aunt against a board, I'd make her straight and tall; i nry laced her up, they starved hci down, To make her light and small; Tl,"y pinched her feet, they singed her hair, Tli"y scrcwid it up with pins; 0, never mortal suffered more In penance for her fins. Go when my precious aunt was done, My grand father brought her back, (Uy day light, lesl some rapid youth Might follow on the track, Ah!' said my grandshe, as ho shook Some powder in his pan, 'Why what could this lovely creature do Against a desperate man.1 Alas! nor chariot, nor barrouclie, N?r bandit cavalcade. Tore from the trembling fathor's arms His all accomplished maid. For her how happy had it been And Heaven had spated to ma To see one sad. ungathered roso On my ancestral tree. Day hath no more glory, Though he soars so high Thine is all man's story, Live ami love and die! ANECDOTE 0E NAPOLEON, The following anrcdiite was related us some time suite, by an oilier r in Voltigturs. On the evening preceding the battle of Auslerlitz Napoleon left his lent for a few moments, leaving a snuff box which he whs in the habit of using- upon the camp table, On his return ho lojk up the box opened it and thrust in his finger and thumb as usual, when an idea struck him that thcro was something wrong in the box, he immediately inquired if any person had been seen entering his tent during his absenco. Tlio guards replied, 'No sire,' ho then summoned the attendance of two ol his gunids, nnd taking up a small spaniel that was present, he compelled the animal to inlnlo a small quantity of snuff, in three minutes the animal went into convulsions and died a 6Pcond wad tried with the same results Napoleon told then his goner ale, that when he tolurnfd the hex was in llio precise position in which ho left it but or putting Ins lingers into the snull he hat', an instinctive feeling that the snuff contained in the box was not in the name stale as when he left il, his generals advised an imincdi- alo inquny this JXipolcon opposed, with his usual sagacity telling them it would not answer to have his soldiers know thai tho life of ihcii geucial had beor. attempted in his own camp and in his own tout on th eve of a groat battle. ITS COURSE ONWARD. IS SPRING. Spring is coming,") Birds are humming, "Notes of sweetest miniitrelsy,- Flowers are spreading, Perfume shedding, Over tho mountain, vale and lea; Streamlets dancing, Sunbeams'glancing On their waves of glittering gold; Insects flying, lireazes sighing, Soft as tales by beauty told, Forest waiving, Hi vera lavinp, Castle bold and cottage rude, Music swelling, Echo telling, -From her woodland solitude. Gioves arc bending, Beamy lending, To the glen and rocky way, Cascade leaping' Wild vines creeping, Nature in her holiday. Zakos aro sleeping, Siloncc keeping, Vigils o'er their silvery lids, Hares are Hounding, lied deer bounding, Swiftly up the mountainside. Nature singing, Rapture bringing, Harmony on every string; Hear il raise, In notes of.praise, Welcome, welcome, gentle spring. Hew HoLuiNE.Pa? A. 11. K. Mesmerism Copper Mining. A. New York letter says: d copper company (I speak sober truth on the best authority, j is now sinking shafts in search of ore in New Jersey under th direction of a claiivoyanl subject, who put to sleep by a professor of the art for that express purpose. I obtained my in formation from the professor himself. LEGISLATURE OF RHODE ISLAND Byron Dimoti his been elected Govern or, nnd Elitlia Harris Lieut. Governor, b the Legislature of Rhode Island. The voir for Governor tvas for Hyron Dimon, Gl Chailcs Jackson, 39. For Lieut, Govern or Elisha Harris, GL Jesse L Moss 37 TO A FLOWER Dawn, gentle flower, From tho morning earth! We will gate and wondor At thy wondrous birth.' Boolm, gentle flower.' Lover of the light, Sought by wind and shower, Fondled by the night.' Fade, gentle gentle odwer, All while leaves close; Having shown thy beauty, Time 'tis for repose. Die, gentle flower, In the silent sun! Go! nil pangs aru over .And thy tasks are done. A H.2RD RUB FOR TRUTH. At I f r t uiu parson ni, oi worenester co. sojieumo useu io ue ausent on a misionarj tour. Once on a time, having ust rotnrned congregation quite diowsy, and wishing o wake thorn up, he broke oft right in thp midst ol his sermon, and began to tell them of what wonderful things he had seen York State among other wonders he said fie had seen monstrous great 'mosquitccs so urge that many ol lliom would wei h puunui i ne penpia were by this timr wide a wake, Yes continued the parson .ii., miu moreover, mey are oiten Unown to to climb trees and bark! l he next.day one of the deacons called upon mm telling him that many of the orelheren were much scandalized bv tin stones he told the day beforo. Mvnat storiesi' savs l'arson M. Why sir you said' that the Mosquitoes in iom trie were so large that some of them would weigh a pound." 'Well,' rejoined the minister, 'I do really inniK mat a great many of them would weigh a pound!' Good Very Good A va'uod friend ours, who has a must intelligent dauiili ier, wa yesterday at llu breakfast table questioned in this wise by his interest ing child; Papa, why is tho Fourth of July, and Washington's Hirlh Day, liUa lh new President of .Mexico? i m sure i don't know, my good gin, tne pareut replied. 'Well limn, I'll tell ynu. because they arc General Parado Davs. IParp. .l-.M ues,y . a An exchange paper says it is easv to be setn when n giil thinks much of her beau, lor, whan he approaches her, she sorter lean up to him like a iek kitten to a hot brick. A gentleman havinir been recently sninn ... .. c i ... . ' - uy h uee wants io Knov nvhal kind of i insect that is which sucks flowers with i mouth and bites with its tail' 'Genius will always work its wav Ihrouph as tho pool remarked when he saw a hole in .he elbow ofhis coal KXOCII HOWELL. T AILOli, RESPECTFULLY, informs the puMleJthat ho Has Removed his Shop to Espy town, where lie will always lie ready, as heretofore, to mnko any kind of clothing, nt the shortest notice and in din lest mid most fashionable stylo. From us long experience iu tho business, ho (latter himself ilu i ho bhaii eontinuo to gtvo general sat l.fjrtlnn nml llmr1... Ii. ....... i. !.... . .. . .. . ,,, UVJH.B (u inxnu l bliure OIlllU 1'uuiic patronage. (Tj V'artlculu- attention paid to cutting. All kinds of country produce tultcn in payment toj work. Epy town, May 0, 1810. tl'3 S O great has been the demand for Fuigcr's Ulor.uiniiin or All llcnlintr Unlsain, ami it lin tjiven such general satisfaction to tlioso who havo used it and become aciunititcd with its virtues that it now stand pre-eminent as a romedy in Diecasea ni uio liiiiiL'M, and the testimony winch has been given uy uurernut persons who luve been cured by tis altoiellicrvoluntarvoii tbiir i;iit. 'I'licv have given it in die hope that all whomay lind Ihcincclvcs in nceuol tuts remedy may ajply lor it witltout do lay. Jicnd tho followina letter received Ijom the Kcv .1r Sliimcall. I'astor ofb't Judo's Dniseonal Free Cliurcli. ilrS. has not oulv used tho meditiui( iiidkcII liut liai witnessed its cllects in several very trying cases of disease. Tho letter will show his opinion of its virtues. Dear -S'ir: Itehevuig ittr be but an act of com mon humanity to those sutloriiig under tlio various difccafojuf Uoughs, Oolds, Koarkcucss, (Joiisum)i- ,ion, Asthma, oc. to point them to o sale, speedy nnd radical rcmcdv, I lake iilcasure in bcatinjr my tcstinumy to your invaluable medicine called Olosa- onianorAII llonlini; Ddl-uin. ui its ctlicacy I can speak first from my own experience. Ucing subject from exposure more or luss to tlio vicissi tudes of our climate to Imjucnl attacks of Inllucn- za, liojrscncss.ive., i nave aiwuysiounu uio aiioni almost instantaneous, and always by persovcralico in its us,c, cll'cctual relief. To a particular fiicnd of mine sulIWing severely uncer Atthma, and who had despaiicd ol obtaining relief from uny human source, upon my recommendation was induced to ,OUR MOTTO, NOT TO BE OUTDNOE IliriACKSMITIIlXCJ KSTAHLISII5II2NT Jly Sa(cc &, Silvcrdi in. THE undersigned having taken tho shop formerly occupied by Marshal Silvoitliorn, must respectfully informs the public that they intend to carry on Ihc abovo branch of business and will at all limes bo rcadv to do work a little bettor and cheaper than any other establishment in tho place, 'and they hnpo by strict attention to business to merit i largo portion of ihe public patronago All kinds of country product) taken iu oschaugo for work & tho ready not refused ISAO SANTEE, MARSHAL SILV E R'PH ORN, Bloomsburg Feb, 21.18U1 14 DISSOLUTION. THE copartnership herclofero exislinc unucr the hrm ol Armstrong & liuges. ir tho rone cutting business, is by n.uiiif consent dissolved U. ARMSTRONG. 1. HUGHES. Nov. 11815. MARBLE YAI2E. THE business will bo continued hv the subscriber at the old sland; wheto may ho had at all liuiCH. MONUMENTS, TOMB- T. TOME-STONES, UEJUl TH JJIMliS, MJ1NTL ES, PAINT STONES, MULLERS, &c. or any other work in his line. Ho is also prepared to furnish WINDOW CAPS ml SILLS, DOOR SILLS and STEPS. feo. either of Ma. bio, Lime or any kind ol stone that can bo procured in lilt's vicinity. Cj Having had considerable experience in the business, he plaices his work to II ...nnnn n ftinl ami ... a.. .. I, , I. - , I , i;iu irn; uimv,,-4. ...a. u.,., u nci u uiu.uu cAuouicu in as iiuivisonic a style as can eflcct produced upon him n perfect chaun alfordiiig l,e furnished from an V vard cither in .I.p him immediate nnd nhnost instniitnncous relief, In another instniiLC I recommended it to a lemalo friend far advanced in Consumption. After the use of the first battle her cough was entirely removed nnd her appetite, and strength restored to tjch a degree as to astonish all who saw her- With a otic cherished ni.d lirmly established prcjud'co n- gainst the thousand and ono specifics put forth in these days as sovereign panaceas for all disease, I jsiurcyou that nothing thort of my linn conviction of the claims of your mcdicino to an origin so re pectablc, and to tho cllects ol it as herein certified; 1 otii by my own experience nnd obst rvation, I could not have been induced thus to come forward as a witness in its behalf. I havo the honor to bo, sir, respectfullv yours, 11. C: bHIMLALL. Have you a Cough, which is troublesome nnd has not yielded to nny of the remedies which you have used! Is it at tended with pam n the side, shortness of breath, night sweats! Bo you Raise Blood when you cough and find your strengtli gradually failing I You will lind lhat theso symptoms il not properly attended to will terminate iu consumption and crath. Arc you troubled with that distressing complaint which deprives you of your rest at night and ren ders lifo burthensomc. Here is the Remedy, Remember the name and place whero it is to be outaincn and do not be put oil with any other. lias produced a cum in asdesperato cases as vours may appear to be, nnd doubtless will put to flight in a speedy manner those distressing symptoms which fill your mind with gloomy forebodings of tne luiure. Its Healing Properties do not deceive. Tho short drv coueh is ntnrklv overcome and easy and healthy expectoration takes us iiiiiuu. a pming oi niooi is immediate v cheek. ed. Night sweats with pain in the side nnd rbpsi debility and difliculty of brcati'mg yield in a short nine, nurai wiiu nit us urcadlul accompaniments isatonco relieved, bronchitis and in fact all the Ureases ot tho throat and Lunas civo wav before this remedy when all other means have fuiled. 1 c'sons may attempt lo deceive vim wiih unn uier rcmcuy, nroiiouneir.c it to lie niu t ns i.nml ,- . . . . . ' jo urn leiiiemuer incis ni sialic, Uicrcloro Th 'tc Be not Deceived. Tho abovo mcdicino for salo by tho following agents. L. r. I.utz, Ii'ooiiisburr:. W. I,. Wnllnr &. I!n Werwick; 12- &J, l.azarus, Oiungeville ; Levi Hi- I.Jcrseytown : Derr A- .MclJrido. Whito Unit K. Ualdy, Cattawista. (jm:j Ware House. Cabinet lib subicribo would respectfully inform the public, that ho has taken tho .uiit-u ny oamuci lillly, near tho upiicr end of "uujusuurg, wuuro nu u carrying on tlio in all its various branches, and whom b uiii i. happy o wait upon all thoo who may favor him with their custom. HU Furniture is wairantcd to be made of good mntoiial and durablo, and he in- leuuj Keeping on rianu Hidcbaurds, Secretaries, Bureaus. Il'ardrobes. Card Tables, Dining 'Tables. Breakfast Tables, Cupboards, Stands, Wash Standi, Bedsteads, Dough-troughs, Coffins. &'c. and all kinds of work in his lino, which ho will sell upon as reasonable terms as they can be purchased it- vuuniv Ity strict attention to business ho hones rC!IV :t Jnrn nr.M.I.1!,. , -n-i city or country; and on as reasonable terms EPIIRAIM ARMSTRONG JJIoomsburg, Nov. a, 1813. ly 28 J. II VANDBRSLICE. EGS leave to inform the public, that lie is prepared lo atlend to all the oper ations in dentistry, such a3 removing Tartar and other Foreign Sub stances. From the teeth, rendering them cloan, and the gums and breath sweet and healthy. The cavities of Decayed Teeth Will bo dressed out and filled with Gold nr other foil; of the finest quality, as tiie case may require, which will couerallv prevent their aching or further decay, and render ihem useful for years; and in many cases during life. Teeth and Slumps of Teeth Which have becomo useless or troublesome will im ' - - lioiciui man ner, with the latest and best improved in struments. Porceliuin Teeth, Ofihe beat quality and latest improvement, wil be inserted on pivot, or (in connection with Dr. Vallerchamp, with whom he is in pjicrnsnip in plato work) on Gold plate, from a single tooth to a whole set, lo look as well as the natural , and warranted fin a in oh nil tin-. ai.r..l .1 ....... w. u,, ,IIU uftciui anu ornamental nnr posen proposed bv tho art. In i-hort.every operation belonging to thr I'MnvBaiuu, win us peiormcd in the n naiiner. with choiseM mater a . nml i ,hn snoriesi notice- He therefore honrK. siriui aiieniion to Ousiness, to obtain v share oi puoiic patronage. Any person or pei anna mialn. . f .1 any oi tne auovo operations Miiuiiiii-u, aru respecuuily requested give him a call. N. IJ- The public are hernhv itifrifmn mai we uio subscribers have entered into special rarinetsnip relating only to plate in i no i, id lllliru conveniRni nr n..l. r illend lo tho oihef branches ofiho neirn,., on ins own account. A. VALLERCHAMP. J. H. VANDERSLICt mouni rieasant, jov 8ih. 1840 3m. STEW BOOT AND STORE. GTNEW establishment Chair Manufactory - I 'imi t ..i..:i... ..,:....... ... TINandSHHEETIRON iho u rry on EB.BSrariPJ(I2IlIB,SE,o CHAIR jlfANUFAC'PORING business at the old stand of II- & S. Htntn TIII2 snbsciibcr lmvimr located himself Inlbuch. whero ho will ho readv at nil tin,.. Dloonisburg, is prepared to furnish all kinds of I in fn ,J3lon W ci,air8 1 "ly has furnished himself with a n.,w nhd splendid ''csoriplinn, which may be called for, m stock of tools, machinery and materials from fbiin short notice and tin the most rcasonaliln dclphi'a, and innde a largo purchase of COAL and terms. He will also execute House, Sign & WOOD STOVIIS, of various i.atterns, to supply Ornamental Painting, nnd Housn Papering h!s customers. Ho will constantly keen on hat d, TI. XWlitll ofovcry description STOVIIS, a largo variety, neatly and subslan lialy limshcd, together with Vll'V, SI'OVTS (or buildings. vmjxij uucitnrs,tii.iic. Ho respectfully solicits public patronago Hav. From his experience in tho husinosH.ainl his fauiliiirs of .nanufacliiriiiL' tho variant articles of his line, ho flutters hiinaeK ihrn he shall bo able to furnish as mud worl; nnd upon as reasonable terms as can )0 done in the country, all of which he will in;t been forsomo years ongnged in his business, ,jgn o Qt rQt r-Ali Dr rjnFIW'l'nv and having experienced assistants, ho feels conll- V,,PA,, IOr VAOU or UiNlRY N. IL Orders from a distance iiKiiClM.xra supplied on strictly ar.d punctually attended to. U. 1IAGENUUCII. dent of satisfying all who may favor him with tticir custom. COV.STHV liberal terms. Call on the south side nf ilaln-strcet, 3 doors lc!ow the 'luce el tlio Columbia democrat. October 11, 181i ly2J S, E. CRAIG. will be 1?. F. HAY HURT WA&602K mASESR, 1JLUUMSI3UKG, NOTICE, S hereby given.lo all persons not to purchase a certain note of hand imcn bv ilm Oeyrgo Kelclincr, llsq. for Ihe sum of seventy dl mrs, dated on or about the 18lh of August, ISIS .iu-,i.b ivumu nu tuiibiueruiion lor it 1 tliall .. u fe to pay the same. ....... . , , ,J01IN TINER. Wihainsburg, March 21, 1HG. V Ki i;SPi;Oi''r(!I,i,Y informs l ie luiblic lb.,i jELa. nu nan located inmsell m the Whop lately occupin! by YAi JiroULHH, iu JIIAKKKT- oi libh 1 , wl'.-ro ho intciuis carrying on the above uusiness in all Us v irious brnnches. HEAVY WAGGONS built nnd repaired, ns well ns one horse of every dnscription, uud all kind,, of Country V ' V V f "".'e olle ' ,"?.,U,C- Al.udi time. Work, in his hue, done at shoit noiicc. and on the 7 "V, ."' """"" :nlll,"i numh. d.le terms. i.ircu-i, cnccKllig llic disease and rcslorii,,- Urn TIIE WARM WEATHER. The suddcu'changes of the weth.ir. diirin, ,i.;.. season or the year, exhibit a mostbanclul effect on tho human system, debilitating and prostrating n. I. m- niuiuucil Ullll IHIWI'IS IICCOIIU! del llllf'll, gnjij timely notice to ull.wlio arc inclined tn'en,. all. n. most lcasonable terms. rrGood Lumber and nil kinds of C'ounlrv Pm. duco taken iu payment for work, but Cash Hill not e re i used. April 5, 18'IC (imfid patient to vigoroi s health, Mothers cmiiuii l,n ,.. cautious with Iheir children duiing this uwml, nnd the inoiiths following, and iu the earliest stn-cs of this summer dibease.whcllier fiom leeihiiig. up. I rcssivc heat, or other cautcs, they should at nn,0 resort to this never foilins remedy. Hundreds of cerlilicates from respectable jiersons in this ut- t'i-jnL'iur, rt'atiy lo ex- Hrandrctjh's Pills Hb i-.AU and uudersland ! The time will comp n' m postession of tho liVt "hen tho medicine, Urandreth 'ills will be nillil " who may desire too see theni.nl his of appreciated as they ought and deserve; it will be ficpi No. S iouth'I'hiid Urcet, I'hiladehihja uiuicisioou uiai nr. Drundiet 1 ins t in Birnnnni claims upon tho public. It is true that every in- LIFE! FIRE"' FIRE!'' dividual who makes n trial of the Diaiidrclh I'ills .... concede them to bo tho best medicine they ever . I,al n V"1.". Ila'h W" ho Bivo for lifr,' s0 us-ed. 'J hey aro indeed a medicine about which , , , rccou,;" 1,1 ""J't anciciil am brt of lucre is no mistake Their value in a climate so "., lulus sc" luousamis Hying around Uh changeable as ours cannot be sulliciently npproeint- ""h Consumption, Croup, Asthma,- ltroimhius, ed A free porspiiation is at onco restored , thus """'B lHood.and other Pulmonary ajll-clmin. Ihey cure colds and consumption is prevented, wc ar" iv" ,ouhl correctness ol thu above Thoso w ho havo a redundancy of bile lind tlicin of n5SettlH"3' especially sircc it is to well Known the, most essential service and should there bo a dc- "'at a certain remedy nny be obtained, which al- uciency oi trial important lluid the Urandreth I'ills """ "' t"iu'u uih-hscs. havo an equally beneficial effect. Often has this Nr. JAVNK'S KXI'Ki; important incdicinu Baved valuable lives iu those re I'OIIANT nm, r.,,1. to givo relief, snd cures after everv mbi-r have failed, This cm tic mid has proved in tliou. mum ui insrauces, vviiero it has illecled cures, aner me patient had ticcn given his friends and physicians. lo SHOE Ti !! II II subscribe; informs the null lie that he has opened n SHOf 8'J'OltC at the lower end of Mam Street, Gloomsburir, r,l lb klrn C,,,,l ... : fid by 1,. I.utz whero ho intends to keep n gener . viiuiriii Ol B1100? n il boots, for mo,, nn.l womens ware, which he will -ll u, :r .... lower than the tame (juulity of goods can be bought 111 (ynlnml.if, rnnnl.. II- ...III l . , V it i- i 1,u " u'so rnnwo to nrdi1 .... niuus oi iioois ami suocs, nt short notice. Hav ft ll-IUIIK'U IO ECU Ir.VV. lir n c..n ho respccllully invities those who aro in want 0f any thing in his line, lo givo him n cnll. ai goods niim iir,r . .., In 1... .... . i o ..ii. uiu liailUIllCU fu s ivtuiuiiieuueo. INov. lolhl81-l. April 25, 1815. lyl ULI UROWN. Of Eitatc of William Mcnsch. htio Bloom township, deceased. "JrVrOTICC is hereby civeu. that I 1 yl mlnulrntiou on tho aliovo meiitli.rii.il f,eifi,n I " , .... . "mtt uuvu ueen grunici iu tho Biiliseriber, living in Oat tawissa township. All persons indebted to the cstito are hereby notified to mako i ment, and all Ihosc having claims uro icijuested to jiivaviit uiuiii prupeny nuineniicatod, lo w , JOHK'H y;j011ST, Adtn'r Maich M, 181C-0W-17 UST OF LETTERS Remaining in the Posl-Oflice, at Blooms. uurgj iiarch 31; 18 1G. Jacob Boder Fanlan Uarrs C 0. Bachmen Iuohard Corlney Thomas Dadford Lewis Folk Green & Kunklo Peloi Ileiubnch Gifiin McCully John iM orris Robert Oleman Willirni Rees John Kello Goorge Scoit Henry r3thlasser John Stm-iloi- Miss Julia A. Kline A. I Nlnn,i John & Litilo .Tnin, u'oni.i. James lMcLauihliii Mr. Jieet gious where the dreadful yellow fever was prevail ing A few doses taken immediately upon the in- lection being received into tin syttcm will bi al moil certain to movent nnv materinl Aim at no stage ol this dreadful epidemic is there so prpcr n medicine as the Urcndicth Tills, l.et this mrdiciiio bo universally used in this uncase nna no loss ol blood allowed, and few very lew would be its victims. So it is with oil iiioy.e .i - ..-.vim wiiu mis ull imporraut medicine to remove moibid humors from the blood. xu mi resort lo Weeding or mercury amine bliail Have a "cry crcat scairilv nfm,. m;..,.i Willi Prnt.ir. mnl-iilina 'I'l. -.,..-.1. t . .. . : r-. "".". ' iiu leaiuerciiiriDc IMeau mini L-iniriliim. ....... ...l.:t .. , ,:",'". . ""'ciiwu limine Inrds, mi i.oi uui cieu wiin clironic maladies; neilher should Wfl lin ll It wnni lint fn ... i ' l'nuo ""leu occasions iium. i uiiiiw naiurc. Uso t ho me, i,ii,n !.!. I, mV,m.l feW!i!?hiW! I'm surely re- situaied on ,ho corner of ""Y""r"""i "ie mooii.wiiicii strength elm I in fpi.lil,. n.l v. I. .1 . . ...'" .... .. i.uU1.visiiioi,eoi too lull liabil . 1 : - tiuiu ui Di.inuietli J1 IS liCrSOIiallV KliriPrinlnn.l.,.l .... I .. i - ... : j "-, "'in uiai everv nox with my three labels unnn it - . I "J 1111 on to nave tho bcuclicial effeet ileif rll..l ir.. '., radn-il up by all Ah 1 JSA1.13. The subscriber offers for sale hin HOUSE according to the directions accompany'" AGENTS. Wnihington Iiobert M'Kny. Jcrueytown 1, oc A T Jihel Danville i: 11 lieyindds & Co Cattnvvissa 0 (i Drobst Ulooinsbuig J. K. Moyer. Limestono Ilabbit M'Ninch. lluckhorn .V. O. Shoemaker. Lime liidgc Low & Thampson Jcrwick-J W Utiles May a 1846 Iy 2. 1 M in loomhburK, Ciur,bia Cm, nit. P ' i 1 calculated for tho locaiim, for a J'uLlic JJou.t 0 htore.bcing i( Fce front on Mainstrctt, 21 'I I-2ceoH Eusl-strrct. and the road leading to the Illomsburg hail und lion Comnanv's Furnaces. This l.m ;.,...n ... culnled for building upon Last-Mrect us well nson ;;'"!." "' C,,B situated iu tho ccnlro of tho Iron lleglon of Columbia County, is well u-nttl.u n... aticntion of tho capilulists. Tor any information rcsneclini? itm ciiquito Of ' jyAKL8 KAIiLBR IJlcoiiisburg, December 20 CAUTION. S hcridiy fiiv,.,, ,o all persons not to purchase threoISo e of lnmhrnr ,i,.. ...... r pajalilo to rtbioloni Ilninlinu n.,o a i eralion lor ihem- """,u HE subscriber rcsnerirniiv inr,..,..,i , .- ,1 . I , ..tiuiiiia lilt-liuilllt wheo ha i.,.n,l U " , ' " " "V "Tm'B, i,inlli.u" ::,:.. ' ' uuu u,u BU0V" uusmess, TIN W.nnn SHEET IRON Manufactured into any form required, STOVE PIPES, ofull sijica kept constantly on hand. StocsfinUh WeAr t ,Linut..! l k tiv.iL i iiiiiii'ii in 1 1 r ,. ... .i . . wav. h, ,,p,.... nil,;-" U'"'V? " 16 "SHI Luri-haso elv W.eT . u" . ' .! '!!. "ro t,c i: - i,umm on jruc the ronntv. ' "J lu" I'cliased in N. J. IJICE. county September !.'0, 1845 Jy22 III? kuWrihei respcclfull, informs th- ,,l, lie IliatllO lins lnl l,n . I.... . l-y 11. 8. Hayhurst, at , e ov e, fnd om" . :treetBIoo,Lburg; where h?t tile abovo lnisim-m i n ;, i , vu"j'i"l, on slur, of il,. " . :"'. ; 7 '"" ". and HolielU u ... ,.uuiM8t 0, ,le puiuie, Tn connection with it,., oi...... !... . . hii semre, IV He Offer. UNDERTAKER. He will nlwavs bo n.n,l ...w.., jM.tta iiercuuoro hnigcd in Illoomsbnm and inviiui siii.nl ,.,l ln,.if , ''ll,,'urK ho Will a.tenilV hh ; V' U8"0UJ ilJA.'tii: extra charge. """out ay May ,10 I81C, Cin3 JOHN HITTERS Sr TOVC PIPE for talc at tin Kew S,o,c, SITION ItKASXM.'l? March 20, 18-1C. Anders, Cako Oriddlc. Ac- A In 1 .l mall Wnasou Iloxes. fmm n, i...... .' Woiks, just received nnd forsnlo bv HEFLEY &, MENDKN Ueccmber 20 Nanvillo L'aglo MENDENHALL. AN APPRENTCE. Jo the fin and Sheet Iron Manufac turing Vusincss, is wanted bv tho Mil,Prih, i live boy, from 15 to 17 year, of ag ,cCeivo jiooj cncouraBemt.it upon immediate applicMion u.J. JHUJJ. NOTICE. S hereby niven that the rnr,ir...i.:. ....... - listing under the f,r. X dissolved and the acccou.i.s of I aid lflV JuJc i'' " lo collect tho same. March 13 1810, ISAAC SANTEE. MASTING POWDER. lLi"s nf Pl.... o. the ha.ahtyJusVrmVvcd b"S '"'1 Necembcr5 MrKELVY &, (Jo VHM'G and srrnnn . JOHN R. JiOYER, P. M. October 11. i. d. it vrmr. ceived and for sale at Ihe flow 8 to r , m X October U. L. U. HUPJJRT.