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saTUitu.iv, .ii.iv ao, isio. DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, WILLIAM H. FOSTER. OUR MERCHANTS. Several Canal Boats liavo arrived tlit pint week from Philadelphia, and brouglii in our Merchants an ituuaunlly largo supply of goods, and by reference to our coin ma it will lie soon that they liavo taken tho right method to dispose of thorn rapidly Adver tised. Business in Blooinsburg was never mora brisk tlniti now, and wa advice all who arc in want of merchandise to come In ,lne pl.ire as licit) they will find them cheap ami a roam sale tor nil tlieir produce, at high price. THE COURT HOUSE. On Thursday hint, Mr. Mears broke ground for the foundation of the Courtllouse and we learn from him, that it is his iuten lion V) push tne'building forward to eoinplo lion as lasi as po!iniu, MEXICAN WAR. We liavo devoted a large portion of out i...:i ..r .i. f ,i.a . my of Occupation, ar.d it will be seen thai General Taylor has gained a glorious victo ry over tho enemy. The ofliehl despatch es just received, and for which wo have nm room this week, corroborate the statement f of the battles, with tho exception of rodir 'cing the number uf killed and u otiiidedGen Tn) !nr hays: It has been quite impossible ns yet to fur nish lie ailed tepmtsol oir emiagiMiient wild tl.c enemy, or even airuriti' reiums id ibi' Killed al wounded. Our loss is not l.ir lrm fl ofiii'crs and 10 men killed, ni.il 111 ofiiciTS and 100 men wnuuili! while tlihi nl llic enemy Im in 'all prnb.ilii In) i xm-ded 300 killed: nvirH than '.!()() have been buried by tin om the iwojfielu nl httitlc. (on, Vegi has arrived at New Orleans, imd has been liberated on parole. Volun teers arp florking lo the Standard of Cell rj . I r , and there in no doubt that are. this, he has terived 5 or 0000 roinfoiceniente, ml probably taken pobU9sion of Malum. i y. I'he President Ins made a requisition on e (Jnveriiiir of this Stale for six Rpeu ... . - r .1... r. . iiienis nl nl intry, tier quoin 111 mr 11. m mik mil Volunteers authorised tube niise.l a 1 ..naiisii. Til r'nizens of Noh- Oilennf) .liavo tie . . . t 1 1 ! . 1 . t.. i. : Lrpiiheil to i'oint Hioei. in nit' .Tii"iiuiMii ihuic-i, a fine steed for Cpiain alM'r j-illdiit I X'S Uaiiger. I tie y nave ai- P'-ncd a subscription to procure linn an lig.nii sword. COUNTY SAUHATI1 CONVENTION It has been pioposed by the Agent of th rijbhath Associaiion, lo hold a convention I i .). r. ,.r ill.. t: ,l,),.ni. in r 1 .tin mti i:. 1 IIIU IIIV.I.IO U. .1. k.tii....ti, w. ........... uuuty, in Danville, on Friday, the 5ih nl une next, at 10 o'clock, A. M. J In .... . I. .1 4 . . 1. . .1 V.iieting will no lielil in uie iiinii idnrrli. Tho Rev. Mr. Povi:i.t., Aj.'fnt ol !'B Sabbaft: Association in the State, is f X- l-fcttdtobe present, and to nildres tin . . . . 1. iMing. U.lier ailiiresaes may man uu t;.- puieil and various matters relau.d lot he r - f the Lord's day il if recommended to inueiini'. the attention ol tin An opportunity will thus bo afforded foi lie fi lends of tho Sabbath in Columbia imi.ry, to recommend their views on ihit- uiportant subject lo their fellow-eitizeii!- 11 largo. It is earnestly bupeil the oppor lunitv will not be lost. l hero is great iced of some effective measures to bung into full oriii'ii.'f.' die senliuicnli which an nnwn to prevail idinosi timveisally a nong iho iniellig-iiil friends ol toeial oidc nid ridinion in this cotillllV. I'lio mceling" which have been held in the diilerenl coun ies uf the Slate, liavo been regariied ac fl There is pood reason lo 1 .hope, that the proposed meeting for tin county will be productive uf great benefi 0 the inle reel of religion, and to all the 111 terrsts of men, in thif quarter of the Stale Lie fiiends of the eatiBe have it in theii power 10 make It 0. Ill1' earut-any rt 1. . ..1.. iniinended to the people of tho variout diairicls of the cnnniv to hold seasonaui uieciings and appoint a largo niiintif r 01 del yitcs, who will consider it their tiuty uend. and tho friends of the S-ibbalh U'ni:i ill, whether appointed as delegates or mil. both in am out of the rniilllVi are IC "I'l'i'tlully and earnestly invited lo I'M'si'iii. 11ml to lend their counieinnrc " I Hid iu promo'ipg 1I10 ohjecis of the meet Wo aolocl the following labia of dislmces from tlio Pennsylvaiiiaii. The distance from Galveston lo I'olnt liahel ;jao From New Orleans by the river Aissu- ilppi and noast wise lo Point Isabel 802 New Orleans to Galveston -182 Fiom Matamoras to the bar noar the mouth of the Rio Grande by the courso of thn rivor 75 From Corpus Cliristi to Point Isabel a- 'oul 00 miles by the road BO by the coasl. GOVERNMENT EXPRESS. Dcsi:itciics from Coin. Coiuinr. We learn that Lieut, llooe reached Mo bile the day before yesterday, from Wash ington, on his way to Pensaeola, with very important despatches forCommodnro Conor. It is said that the news of the commence mentol hostilities, received here on iho 2d nisi, was transmitted to Washington by spocial express, where it arrived on the 81b, and that despatches were immediately made up and sent South by a Government Ex. press. We hear it rumored that the instruc tions forwarded to our squadron were to blockade foithwilh .ho ilexican coasl, and to bombard Peru Cruz N. 0. Times. MARRIED. lu Hemlocl ;, 1111 Thiirsdav May the 28ib, by the Rev. S.inucl T. Lord Mr. liLi Uarton to .man Mauv Catha mm: Puri:l, daughter of Mr. John Airsel 01 llemluek, DIED. In Bloomsburc, on the mnrnim ot the2Uih inst. Mr. uut.lock IJuMU iY.agod WAR : w AND i 5ft Wm. IVIcKclvv St. Go. F3 .lllHt received unil no .v i)tirmii!r. one ol a EL ii.e 1. ;-.t ini.l llln-t uxteiiMiu Mi.i-I, nl 1. mils cM'i iii iik' lii mm diliiintii 1 rniintv. i'licir lis-ortiiii-m 111116I8I.S in i,m of tliu fill. mnii: LA LIES' U EAR. hrrgrs, Jlrrrgc Sear) . lin'zorinfs. Fig- urv.i and p am d Lames l.amas, 1 r'"i!fJVu,VlM(f6'i'-ttfiti'"' soeltc. Kid and .V ; Gwi'cs, Si I,- and Cotton use, Packet Ilundker ehiffs of a' Ic'md', and a most even, tlnng e sc thut l.adim ma; wisi for including (t Uirge assortment nf RRA1I) AND STRAW BONNETS of a superior quality. GEN TI.EM EN'S WEAR. Cliillm, Cuidmert, Oiegon f'asfiincrf; u new arti cle, Pain ilmin Mull', Tiveedn, (!aiotirooii(.j sum nier c. .ills, eat 1 11 ami f.nicy ViIioki-. cravals SC.1 I.S, lies and various oilier ai tick's. Gentlemen and Ladies 1300TS and SHOES ofcvcij di'hCiiilion. GROCERIES AND LIQUORS. Miilasnes, Loaf and Urnwn Sticars, (JoflVp, Teas, Spires, Alarkeirl, roarte and line nalt, Uramly, liiiio, ine, Om, Arc. CROCKERY WARE, ifsortment includes even article and oualitv hat limy he cfillcd fur; hardware. Spades, Shovels; Torl;s; Horj Axei; Hand; 1iH W0e.1l and e.ros cut Saws; Tiles: Units; Screws; jocks, Knives and To ks, Hultons; Hucklct.; WAGGON TIRE, Of .ill f7.'f, Round, liu and Hind Iron Cast Steel, and a general assoitinenl () HOLLOW W.4RE. All of which will bn old a little lower than thi lowest; and all kinda of J.b.MUE.'i and l'tttJ !)UC li token in payment. Mry 110 G OT NEW GOODS .IT THE TTL'ST rrceivcil at the Arculo titoro, in add'tioii smelt, a lame and extensive a - u- soitment ot DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, HARD WARE AND CROCKERY. romprisins almost every article that may be wanted either lor Ladiea' and Gentlemen's Dresc3 or for lamihen use All of which will He sotn at tne on uual low prises for which the Store is o fauioui. W A N'T ED ALL kinds nf Lumber and Country Produco ill exchange for Hnodn. 1 A LURIG II P ii MENGAL. May 30 WI1TDOW GLASS pfrsT,ca..vedal.l.eNM:VSr HO ! PORJ)riEGON ! New Cotls. Blillcy & Mcmlciifir.1! HAVE just received and nro now opening a Hiilcnilid assortment of now. ckcan and fash- o.ialilo SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, selected with great cliro ai to jirico and quality, comprising Superfine Coths and Cassimere.s, Tweed lAotlin and lancy Cassimercs for Gcnltrme.Vs 'wear. Velvet, Sal in and Fancy Veslings. Indies' Dress Goods, such as Cushmr.res,I)p. Laines, Halzorines, Lawns, Crape dc f.aincs, Gingham, CVli coes, Muslins, .y-c fyc. and Braid Straw Bonnets fy Trimming5 In fact a general and well sclcclcu aisortmcn1 ofi DRY GOODS, GROCERIES AND LIQUORS, HARDWARE QUE ENSW A R E& HOLLOW WARE All of which they nro anxious to n HI chean for ... ... ud.iao ,or country Produce goner May 30 .hevCZ'eJlj'il,li,Ul ,U"1Cr"9' J"' L 13 RUPERT. L May 30 '10 LATEST ARRIVAL FROM MEXICO. flW TI'JIR OF EXTEIIMIXjJTIOX AGAINST HIGH PRICES, C.'irriud into Africa. New emd rSZli; uil.icrilii'r takv occasion to aonnunee d lo old patrims, alnl aH inanv ,i.v nJ nJ nli to buy ilieipei dim ever or any whvtv p,Cl tna! Ii Ih just opened at liu old ..!nil . M..i litrdel, a totally A nr 9 r'oinpiisins n Inl! ami irrfu' (!'i-ii n "f (JinghniB Mi'ilfltn de J, ions, Uerii. Tremli I .ivmih and I'lints.niull.caniiirir ni d Imiri-d ln. Ims, Pongee, Silk and Cimhric Ihindkerelnefs and JfhiwU. (Jlotlis, C'isimere.i T '"'U, S iiin and fancy Vest iugs, Pantaloon Siuil'i. Gainbroons, .Sum mer ('lulls. l.'ravaU, .Stocks, 'Ties. At. &c. &c. ititso .1 Variety of Groceries, liiquors, Quccnswarc and Hardware. To an exammotun ol' which the. inbscnlier rn- speclfulh invue.s ihe attontiDii nf pun liaiera and oiheis before selecting eUrwhcre.as he feels assurer! that lie tan salibly the rno:,t Kibiidioni unu clouo .mcu1. GEOKGE WEAVER. Hloonisburg, Mjy 0 ISlli. 0 dtkrir POUNDS of Hliouldor. OiayWP Iliilil and Side iUutlt just received it the Areado Store. ALU Klti 11 1 ei MlSINUAli. ,Uy 30 A new siirnlv. tust received at the NEW i'TOIiL'. L U RUPERT. May 30 iTfttW U Ultir.Ln No 1 uu s ol urn quamy sj . yv fii.-L.iil,. 9 . iii-l rppinved at the rtllfAUU sioie. .jLHRlGli r & iMbiMiAti. ,Uav 7 CANCERS, WAUTS, CORNS, Sic TIIH milwrrilier inforiiH the public, that lie n. .dile tocnio all kmila of Cancers and erudicat Watts and Coin.- with very little pain and in n .hnittnno. Horeferkto several leepcctablo citi zens in Ilia urighiioihood, buch 111 Samuel Ileus, William Kile and others, that hat been succesaiui several instance! and in not liuinliuggtng a I mo frenuenllv the cafe among quacks, lio war raats certain euro in any cue ha unduitikos or no pay. irVWart-t, At. on cattle md other animals are slsn cured bv the nubscriber who ro.ddes in Mount Pleasint township on tho miin road leading from Millvillntn Ulnnnnhurir. about U miles from Fred erick Miller Tttern where porbona are invited to call. juiitM Ai.r;. May 30, 1810 lyO Sonerior srticlc of No. 1 and !1 l'.KI'.L, by the Harrcl or Half Jane), at the Cheap Light-street New More. A. H. KNAIHJ Sc Co, Public Sale. In pursuanco of an order of the Orphans' Court of Columbia county, on Salurdav the 27th day of June next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoo(n, Jacob DHinnliAdminlsiraior 6ie. of Gcorgo Whiteniglit lato of Madison township, in said countv. deceased, will ex pose lo Sale by Public Vendue, upon the promises, a certaiu I net of land situate in iho township (ifMsdison Columbia County, idjoining lands of .Samuel Richards. Ruti- ben Wilson, John Christian, and John Ueiz containing nnc bundled acres and allowan ces nbout 05 arces of which i cloared land whereon is erected a frame House andRank Barn, with a good Apple Orchard and olher Fruit Trues on tin nrcmlina Lite the Eslale of said deceased. situata in the township ol Madison and county afore said. J.tfCOR E YERLV, Clerk. Danvillo. Ahy 20 1810. ADiUINlSTHA'TOR'S A'OTICE? Tie Z,'iorc of 1SJJC KLINE late of Or ange township, deceased NOTICE is hereby given that letters of administration on the above mentioned E tam have tins day been granted to the sub scriber. All persuiis indebted to said cs tato are hereby notified to make iinmedi aio )ayuient, and all those having claims are requesied to present them properly aulhon ticated , to MARY KMNE. AdminislrMrix, -lllRAM R. KLNE, Admintstraiui Orange lownslnp, Ma'20, 1810 6w0 ax 9 MMCDIATK imployinent will be Riven to 75 Ooititiion I.;iboi-i:i'. V iirm.ii Inr. and ItI;ioiS. to work upon the Uattawissa uriuge. Applv nnmeilialely to rmoiv.HAinwiAN &. beard. Cattawisaa, May, Ig-tfj . LADIES' DONNCTS, HEAD DRESS ES, &c. &e. splendid assortment of Lnaies' Wonnnts. Head Press.Artificial Flowers. Ribbons. -r very cheap, at tho Light-Sreet New ynre by A. IL KNAHIJ ,5- Co. 7 AN APPRENTICE. 10 the T.ltLOltl.Vfi HUSI.SKXH a smart active Lad 15 or 10 vrHrof aire, whn cm come well 11 oniurnenileil, will rr?'MAKE WAV I'DR THEDi Mew &tin 0eo coiirt8ii5rpl5' ofiSpriii'Woods rptin Rubtenhcra take this method of inform. l ins their i lends and thn public gcnerallv. that they arc n.nv npentu;; the secoml supply of Sprm - Goo Is, t,i winch they would moil respect- t u 1 1 V invito theilteiition of those win are in ,int of New and Cheap C5oods, consisting in part of Clolks, Ca$simerex,StiltinetsSf Jts tings f American, 'rench and English Fabrics, Coating and Pantaloons Stuffs, vejy superior article of Tweed Cloths and Cassi- ineres, Angola Uissimeres. Drillings; ijmnnootn ciC Ac Cotton 'antsloon Stnfls of everv variety nil of iho mo.-t desirable ctvles. PRINTS ! PRINTS ! ! c.nnpiising every ariety of style nd prices from i to "5 ceuU. DRESS GOODS. New style of French Lawns, a splendid article of new stylo .Moulane de lane and summer ( 'ashmures t'mghanis &c SHAWLS, -itnongst uhich may bolound a handsome article nf Uerages i'lcknic; .Mouslano and i hibet ohuwls Will TE GOODS. Barred, striped and plain Jaconeu and Cambric Muslins, 1. ace, Aluslmi, book, mull and Swiss Mushr, Ilishop Ijawn, curiam .Muslin, &c. Brown and Bleached Mu,ins from H 10 1CJ cents per yard, bleached and un bleached Table Diaper, cotton Oinnliury, bc. Together with a full iortment of Grcceries, Spices, Hardiaaae and Cut tery, Queensware, JJrugs, Bonis and 61 cs. and in faot every article usually kept in Country si ores, TLe public Generally nre invited to call and ex amine their stock bcfoie purchasing elehcre. Thankful for past favors, they flatter themselves by strict attention to bitiliiees to merit uu patron ago of a goneroui public. A. U. KiS liUU it UO All kiudi" of Lumber, Grain and Produce laken"lll F.ichange loi Goods. Hate of MICHAEL Will TE NIGHT J . w. . ..... ....... J - 1 lafC Of aemiOCK wwmmp, aeceaseu. ET'l CR8 Testamentary on the Estate of Mi chael WhUeniKht.latcnf Hemlock township Columbia county, decea.ed, has been granted to the tnibicriboi, residing in Madison township, in said county, by the Register of said county ; oil persons having claims or demand J against the estate of Testator, are requested to make them known without delay, and all persons inueruen to sain es tato are lenuired to make payment forthwith to JON ltF.lCHAKO, iixeculor of MichaclWhilenight of Hemlock township, dre'd. M.10 23. Madison township, May 9, Iblb BwJ Centre of (Gravity. A NBW TAILORING ESTABLSIHMEHT. THE subscribers rcsncctfullv liifnrui tlm r.ill. 7.cns of Uloomsburganil vicinity, that they havo lo cated (llCIIHCl ves in 'Tlirirntonri TVnv Slum, in Main, ttvj doors below the Vomer of Main ami tircvts, 111 oioonisuurg, wliere lliey will al ways be found on hand, readv to nrrnmnui.Ui.. tlimo win n,,,y avor tlcm vvil, a c 'J'lu-ir work will bo doncin tho Intoat and most approved ijyiu ior nuaincHs anu cieganeo to the lmsiuesi. From their long experience in tho business, they flatter themselvea that their work will bo done a- neat as can bo done elsewhere. All woik intrust.! in their care warranted to fit. CUTTI XG dono 'I'" shottest notice and warranted to lit il properly made up. rvIiWM & VAN HUSK I UK. May 3, 184fi-2tf N n.COlJNTKV PRODL'CK. at llio maikni price, will be taken in exchange for work. CATAWISSA liIORRY. TIIU subscribers inform the public hat the have established a FEKKV ing, n short distanco below the mouth of Fishine 0 eek. near .ImUn r?nn..i. i . . b NLW FI. VI'.OO foot long, and new loats for oounen. Having good assisfinls they will bo in ', L,SN to a SIX UOIWK LOAD- 1 wimout aelsy, and uuon leasonable terms. FOX & MF.TZ. April 1833 CAI'AWiASA PU3IIY. AEpHF. .Subscriber Informs thf public that hav H me procured NfiVV FLAT and boats for footmen he has established a FLKUY NEAIl i t rUl'KSA ne'!llJC51:' J "ill stall , til t. n reidmess to ferry all fmm a FOOT.MAN lo iav and ""BE VP''' 'TtiA.M, without do" lay and on reasonable terms. April .8-53 BTAY A"G"UM. HOFOSALS ivil be received by the Uom- lllissioners Ol I Ollini nil rnnnli Monday the first between the hour 0f i0 o'clock, A. M, and 2 o'-u- J, of 80id dav for IJuildint? .1 liridgo over HiR JKlnnrjcreek where the public highway eros.s- said creek leadins from lllnnmsburg to .Mount lion "reenivoou, ol the foil wing dct,crip 1 , ; . l" " 10 ,ecl nle'' trom low water man., .v net long and S reel thick. Tho Supers rncture is lo be an arch of one span unulu track, 100 feet between the abtumenu. Proposals fui said bridge will bo leiened on the ground. ALSO On Tuesdav the 2d dan .111 II . AtstuuMI ir'rnaimas ulcnde'nhall, in Sugar Loaf '1'ownvhip, for building a Dridje over Uig FikhingCrcck whern the public highway crobses said rrei k.neai Wenlon's 1 osl Olhce, in said Towntdiip of tho fjlloning des- ciiptiiiin-; I he abutments to be 12 feet high from low water mark, 8 feet thick and 20 feet long, the suprestruc luro is tn be an arch of nno span single track, 120 leet ticiwcen Ihe abutnif nt. Bv order of tho Coinmissinnera. E. M EM) EN II ALL, Clerk. ( ammtsswnrr ,1 Ofire Danville, May 11,1810 S NEW ARRIVAL OF A FRESH ASSORTMENT OF Mfiliiaaepy FANCY JCOODS. AS just received at her old stand in Main Urcet, an assortment of Millinery and Fan- y Goods, consisting iu part of STII.HIV AND SILK BONNETS, Fashionable llihbons of nil kinds. Bonnet Velvet of all colors and quality. Summer .Ittificiat Ftuwens of ul kinds and alrni)6t eveiv thing ele in her line that may be oalkd for; all of which will bo sold vciy low. La lies are requested to call betoia purchasing olso wtieie. May 0, IS 10 3 NOTICE S hereby given to the sub'l-ribera til tho Stock of tho CaltllAVthMi Hrhlac oitiiruiM ihal an Installment of FIVK UO hi., tit's pet diare is required to be paid tn tho Teasurer on or bcfoie the fust day of tunc next. Uy ordei of the Board ot Directors, DAVID CI.ARIv, Tn reasurer. Cattswiasa, May 1, 18462 NEW TAILOSCEXG STABILBSIIMKNT. 'tu The subscribers rcspeelfully inform tho public hat they have oiniinuiu'ed the TAILORING BUSINLSS m Uloomsburg, in the iloildmg, lately occupied bv Enoch Howell in Market street wheiothey intend 1-srrvinc it on in all its varinu-i branclies Having bad some exnorience in the business, they flatier themselves that they sbillbe able 10 dn all tne woik ntrustod to thorn in n fashionable and woikman like manner, and as expeditious! , s can be done in any other shop in the roumy. They, then fore, ask a shate of public patronage; at least, they wish to be tiird. D. WILBON, A. T. EVKLAND. April 4, 18if.-ly50 CHARLES KA11I.ER, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, AND 'CONVEYANCER, ULOOMSBURG, COL CO., Office, corner of L'att ond Mnln.stii'cU Mittinery, JL H U subscriber infoimstho public that slic has JUST RECEIVED FROM PHILADELPHIA, at iicn .sTonn, loweh knd of main-. STMBKT, IILOOMSUUHG, An Extensive Assortment of 1ZILLIHEP.Y & PA1TC7 Among them may ho found lira id Bonncls, Pearl Si rata Cimp, Porcelain und English Strata, Sita, Satins, Lawns, JJom buzinsjlibbonds nf every description , Flow ers, Gloves, Dress Stujfs, Bui (rarities, Ginghams, Sha ded Lawns, Calicoes, 'Trim tilings jor Dreiies, Caps, and a supply of READ V MADE BONNETS ; and olmobl every olher article that may be called for in her hue. All of which will h i.i -.. me niOBt reasonable tcirrib. Lnd.pn to call and examine hui goods for themselves. Al. ii S. BARK. LEY". April 25, 1846 I FRESH t ARRIVAL, A r THE llin Mip.icribcr has just iccejve,! in addition 10 ins lormer siock, a complete ossorlinenl of suitable for Spring and Summer uso, consisting in pari 01 Motislm ileLiinf.Frenrh Liwqvp jifcV Casitnercs, vjol'oo Sn ipe?, TofKiher wiilill ire ne,Zeper Worsted, Tlubel, Plain & bhaded JMotolin da Lame Shaw I. Vei ine', Stock?, I'ongee and Cambric H'iii'lkercliif IV, Corded and Grass Chilli Skirls,. ALo, a nrzt AHorlinent of Florence IJraid & Simw .Oonneis, Ribbons, Silk, O.I Clolb, Hosiery, Paraso'g, Porcelele, Sun Shades, &(!. &P. In fact every tliine that may bo reouired for La dies' or Gentlemen's spring or summer wear, all ot" which ho will fellas low as Ihoy can be purchased lu the county of Columbia. All kinds of Lumber andCountrv Produce taken in eichauge for Goods. L. U. RUPERT. April 2.r 1 E2laclmmghtiiEstali!is!iiiic:it THE Public nro hereby respectfully informed thai wc have lately entered into Copartnership in the above business at the Brick Shop, formerly oc cupied by Moses Cnffman, on Main-strict, below thn new store, wnero wo iiiienu to cany on llio above named business in all its branches. Wo pledijo ourselven that work done at this shop shall he eeculeil in as neat anu worKinaniiiio manner, and on aa reasonable terms, as can bo done nt any other shop in this place. Wo theieforo hope by sun t attention to business, to merit and receive a due nioportion of public patronage M. 6'OFP-MAN, S. BROBST' Apiiiss. islfi. N. B. SHOEING done at the re duced price of One S?olIr. Small profis and quick return our motto. AtJfRATOR'S NOTICE. Onie Estate of SJtMUEL IlkGEN. II uril. late oj Uloomsburg, aeceinea T 1 riCli ts hereby given that Letters ol au li ministrarion on tho above mentioned Estate have bien eranted to the subscriber. All persons indebtod to aaiil estate are. heieby notilied to mako inunediato payment, and all those having claims are requested to present them properly authentica ted, lo BENJAMIN ll AGENuUCH, Mm'r April 25, 1816 6wl A I) MINISTRA TOR" S NO TICE. Ihe Estate of GAINES JACKSON, late oj Bloom toivnship, deccuicd. NOTICE is hereby given that letters of admin istration on tho above mentioned Fnau have been granted to thesubscriber.living in Ulnnm tnwnsnip. All persons indebted to uid rstum ate heieby notilieit tn make immcdisle paj im-m. and all thoso having chums nre requested to pie heut them properly authenticated 10 CHARLES KAI1I.ER. Administrator, April 18. 1810-0w8S The perron v ho took a TIN BUCKET, from tho pump of .Mr Clayton on the mominq nf tln 18th inst, which was not their own, will do well as they ore known to return it to the subscriber. If they dont tnoy may cxi ect to eaten Jcfto. J. W. CANKAK. pril 25,