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8lTUKlK1 Jt.V7: 20, 1810 1 t-aailrrrra M . -t DBMOOIIA'pio omi I'd" u iwu CAML COMMISSIONER, WILLIAM n. FOSTER, jr. OREGON. The arcounts from Washington, aro, that thr Drilish Afinislcr has made n proposition to our government to settle this question on tho basts of the 40th, and that tho President had sent llio prop osition to llio Sonatc for advico tho Senate had ndvisrd to Its acceptance by a vote of 38 to 12 that n treaty lias been mado upon that basis and is now before the .Scnato Tor its ratification. Tho oircspondctit of tbn Public Ledger, in speaking upon tho subject says The proposition submitted to the Senate did not consist of gonoral head merely for an arrangement, bill is in t (Ted llio full draft of proposed conven tions which draft wss assented to by iho Senate without alteration. The ireatv to be sent in will be cunformn bly thereto fixing the 49th pariallel as iho boundary tiulwcen the territories ol the two countries, from the point of that parallel where the present ooundary terminates to the middle of the Sound or channel that divides Vancouvei's Island from'the comment, thence along the mid die of that channel, and Southwardly and Wcstwardly through the Strain of I'uca to the Pacific. The navigation of this Sound or Biy to be open to both part ies, q nl the navigation of the dilum hia up to Main Strait, and up itsNorlh iJianch to the '19 h p.irallel of latiludi to be free to the Hudson's Bay Com jisny. The lei ma allndod to by G'ibat lJritain ore not quite so ftvorable as those' rjlicred by Mr. Gillatin in 1S27. Mr. Walkei's response to the call ol the Senate, on the subject cf finances sod the '1'arifT, will also be submitted this morning. In 'Folsom's Mexico,' printed in New York in 1812, ii is mentioned thai a .iteain bout iscenrlod the Rio del Norto in 1820, abjve Camargo (200 miles,) nearly to Ru i cilia , about HUO miles fiom its mouth, The Odd Fellows of Trenlor., N. J , r.'ihacnlied SI4.000 for tho election of n spietidid II -ill for tin use of ihn iiMernity ol Hi, it city, I'iie course of tins useful insii iiition is onw?rd. 4th ol' July. Pursuant to notice jjiven, a meeting ol the cttirens ofOraiieville was held at the house of Richard Brewer, on ihe evening id ihe I2tli nisi fur the purpose of lalun into cnnstcleraliiiii ihe manner olOelebrating Ihe 4th of July 1840. The meeting being called lo order, the following persons were appointed to pre tide over the deliberations ol the meeting. Isaiah Conner Piemient IJ, G. Rickelts jinit Alfred Howell Virn Presidents II, I. Caipcntcr and I). If- Montgomery Secre larirs Resolved That It. It. Carpenter and AJ frcd Howell be a committee to provide an Oratoi lor the day. Itesovcd Thai Benjamin June?, Sdus Smclilmiise and Dr. G, W. Lou Le a com muter, ol invitation Resolved ''lint John Covanhoven Esq Richard Brewer A. B Stewau Henry Mil ler J.ienb Carey and Sunut'l Buiz be the cinninitto of arrangements. A'-.soluff Thiii the proceedings of this meeting bo signed by llio ollieers mid pub hshed in the Columbia Democrat. Signed by the iffhers. Goii8oberries may be kept till winter, i picked when green and put in sealed bot tles. DIED In nioomshurp, on iho 16(1, init. Mrs. Eda ArN Mc liuiDU, sjeri about 40, wife of Mr. John McUride. GEORGE J. PKOUTS, Physician, SNFOTtMS tho public that ho has located him f elf in LIGHTSTREET, nd tenders his T'rofeamonil services to all who way call upon him. Juno 20, 1810 Otf GEORGE G. WALLER, Attorney at Law, Bi.QOMsnuur., Columbia County, Pa. Office on Market a few doors above Main Street 0,f SltcriJfStile 1TB V vtrMo of a ficrits ficias to mc directed K9 will boexposscd to public sale at thcCourt house, ii Danvilio, on Saturday the 1 1 th day of July next. at 1 o'clock ' M. Tho following property (to wit), A certain tract of land Hituate nn Montour Utdgo partly in Liberty township Columbia omiti- 'K. ,"'' In Notlhumborland County, lloun 'led on l,o wei In . t Rob Ison, on tho east by tracts warranted in the namo of of Hobett Evins and Willian Donsons and on the south by Lemars nud others, conlai n- mg nliout 4H Aereg8 This tract is warranted and surveyed in the namo of John Ilanan jr. an excellent vain of fosiilifcrous Iron ore ir inches in thickness runs tluouch this tract of land and is only itnilofiom theSusqilchan a river and canal, and is .1 miles fiom Danville and Ofroin Northumberland. .Seized taken in execu tion and to bo sold a3 tho property of Samuel Crcigh. IRM DERShir, ShlT. Office Danville Juno 15 1810 . n pursuance of an Order of tho Orp'ians Court WUIUilllllU lUUIHJi , IJJ Monday, the I0A day oj August next at 10 o'clock in tho forenoon, Samuel Ktsner Uuardian of the Minor children of William Adams late of Madison township, in said county deceased will expose to twlc by public vmdtio upon the premises, a certain tract of land situate in Perry township, Columbia county aforcsiid, u Ij nitiing lands ol 1 nomas Adams, and land formerly ol John Adams now I'ttcr Mother A: others contain- ins ubout 16SS Acres, more oi less, about 25 acica of which is cleared land; but no buildings thereon Into tho etato ot said deceased, situate in tho township of Jerry nnJ cuumy uiurcsaiu. - ..... I " JACOn EYERLY, Cerk Dsnvillo May 27lh, 1840 CAUTION. All persons are cautioned against purchasing n .-erlain due bill for the sum or tun dollars, payable lo Charles Pixrii, and signed by ihe subscriber, as having received no consideration for thu name hall refuse to pay it. J. M. FOWLF.R. June 20 181G. N OTIC 10. TI1H United .Stales and Mexico are now ntVVar and thousands ol licemen are vulunlenini: theii services, to bubi lie Ihe utubborn spirit of Mexico but llio HiiliMirtlicr Lcing one ot those, whom ser vice would not be accepted on account of Ins infir mities bo Ins rented n room on Mam htiect, nearly opposite Albright it Mengels alnre, h a b a r n a u s 11 o p. and armed himsclfwith razors end shears, to wail upon thiiso whoato so foituuatn a lo bs ncrepted by the government before their dtpdiiure.IIo will also bold himself in rcadinesi to servo those who prefer staying; at linmc. ltnzors Sheara andScis ors, rep.uied and put in order at hhort notice and warrant! il. JOS1AS l'.BELL. iJloonuburg, June 2 18 JG Proposals ill be recti vr-d bv the Com- tniBSiOMeis o( Columtii.i ('niinlv at their f- ce in I) tin die on Fll'lav lh 3d day id July next hei een the hours ol 10 o'clnrk A. Jl and 2 o ehifk P. si. of said day fur building a hrideo ovor 1ahnniiig iieek where the river road crosses said eroek lead log from Danvill'e lo Norlhiiinberland. Tho abutments are to bo built of gooil none 24 feel Inch from low water irarU.17 feel long & 8 feet thick sit low watci mark, the wing wnlli to each of tullieieni liTiicnsinns to efrnr'' the abiilnit Ms. The lope rstruriiirf to le a irut britlL'o ol om spann single track 00 feel baiwren die sutmeiils hutll tintl liuidlied on the sninr plan that the canal lrlilu.e is next below Ii y order of tho Commis-dcniers. E. lENDKNIJALL, Clerk. Cnmmissionrr's (fficr DcmviUe, yiie,9ih tblG ALSO nn S.ilyrd iy the Mi day of July next between the hours of 10 o'clock A. m mil 2 o'clock P ;i ol said (hy Pionnsalf I he roceivcd by the Comniit-sioiiers of On) ii in bi count) at tile Esther PimMce in ' rank I in township lor building a Bridge over Roningrreek where Ihe public lnth way crosses said creok near ihe Esther rur nare in said lownsliip. I ho plan and specification will lie exn)' hitcd on llic day of letting, By order ol the Commissioners. E. MEN DA'N HALL, Clerk Commissioner's Office, DanviWe JuncOth 1840. VT1TDOW GLASS UST received at ihe NEW STORE L B RUPERT. May 30 ADIVINIS PHATOR'S ArOTICE? The Estate of ISAAC KLINE late of Or ange township, deceased NOTICE is hereby given that letters ol administration on the above mentioned Et tale have this day been granted to the sub sctiucrs. ah persons imteotcu to said es late are hereby nniifiud to nuke immedi ale payment, and all those having claims are requested to presetn them properly auihen Healed, to MARY KLINE, Administratrix. II1RAM R.KLINE. Administraloi Orange lownshiji, May 20, 181(5 Owfi TO CONTRACTORS. Scaled Pronoftals will be received by the undersigned until 4 o'clock P. M, ol Saturday Ihe 27th of June, fur erecting BRICK CJKURCII, forly two by fifty one feel three inches, with a basement story, in Iho town ol Hloomsbutg. Plans & Specifications of which may be seen at the Chair Shop of j. MfemucMiu, WILLIAM McKELVY, WILLIAM HOWELL. JOIl M. CIIDMUEKLIN, Iluilclwg Camtmttcc Bloomsburg, June G, 18'1G. Public Sale. In pursuaneenf an order of the Orphans' finnri r f'..l u: Thursday the second day of July next, l 10 o'clock in the foiennon. JOHN HEA LER, Administrator. fec. of ABRAHAM DEALER, late of Kishingcreck township. hi said nnunty, deceased, will oxposo lo sale by P.ifjhe Venilue, upon the premises. a certain lot or piece of land, situate in the township of Fishingcreek, in Columbia county, bounded ns follows, viz beginning it a post llienco south fifty four degroes i-aat seventy perches to a corner thence north thirty-six degrees east sixteen perches 0 a oiacK oaK coi ner llienee north fifty lour degrees wrsi seventy pert-lies to n post .orner ihvnce south thirl) -six degrees fa sixii'cn percties lo the place of begin uing, containing strict measure, tiljoining lands of John Spayd -jiitl lands of John Bastion, &c. late the estate of sairl dceeased situate in tho township ol 1'ishingcrcek and county afore ;itl. JACOB EYERLY, llcrh Danville, May 87, 1810. 7 Fiom ihn Norrttlgowork (Me.; Journal. We publish the Inllowing, as among th many eviufincrs w tiicli we aie eonstdiitlv reeoiviii( of the incrpasinj popularily of Dr .uvne s lixpcctoianl. We have no interest in 'puflmg it any further than wo hsvo i'siir ii promote the lieilili anil happiness oi our lei.ow.ctealiues. who sto wasting a way Mini loose complaints, lor which this in (Heine is no absolwrc remedy. And in ailing the attention of the public to i:, m iff that we are in the faithful discharge o our duty. Now Ptinhnd, Nov 4, 1812 t - n..,,. o... i l. . j in,,, vjni i ivi'u you io send mr .1 hollies of J-iync s Expeelorant, and in this unneciuin, w.itdd gay, that I deem it an invaluable nifdioine, and an article thai tin Mii.ilj should bo without for a cii,gle day I have used n for two years in my famih. nd havp always found it a quick ' and effi lent remedy for tightness of ihe lungs, pro dticed by long protracted cn'ils. whir ti prr. lorn ihe shoit hacking rough, the premont tor of (Jonsiipmtiiin.in which it so frfqneiu v it'iminHics in this climate. If prinrl ,nd seat onahly atluiinterul, u w ill efTecin 'llv break op the nitiei violent fevts. si. reqiiuiily consequent upon idem. I would oosi cheerfully rieonimend this me licine to tie public in all clsis of Hut nature, us tn- finable JOHN II. WEBSTER. CIIO LICS and FRE 1 TING of LX FJiTS. Every mother should have Jaync's Car mutative. It is the very thine ihey need lor their children, as it immediate Iv cures thr holic. and alla8 all irritation of ilie stotn tub and bowels. The above Vedicine are for sale at the store of .JOHN R. MOYEK, Rloomsbtirg. CIIAItLF.S KAIIU3R, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, AND COXYEYAKCER, BLOOA1SBURO, COL. CO.. OfTiCi, corner of Uaat and Main-stroeU. PbiMSc Sale In pursuance of anOrdeiof the Orphans' Conn ol Coluinbia county, on Saturday, the st day of August next, it 10 o'clock, A. M John I)eitrrirh, Ad nunistralor, c. ol John Bowyer, late ol Montour township, in said county, deceas ed, will be exposed to sale by Vilio Ven due, upon the premiers, a certain Tract ol Land, Rituaie in Montour, Columbia counn adjoining lands of John Richards, and Pe let l'lejclier on llio Easi, John Deherir.h; mil Joseph Fry on the North, Cuorgellofl". ly on mo west, and Joseph M-iusor on th south, containing ind allowances, a ereal nnnion of which is clearid and in h good state of cultivaion, mere is on ihe premises a two story frame houso, a Bank Barn. a stream of -water nas ses ihfouat) ihe farm a rrnnd snrinrr Knvir.il wiin a stone snrinc nouse near ihe door of the dwelling house a number out houses, i I i , . , ""U"" i a (food applv orchard with choice fruit. On the piemises is also a sufficient quantity of'namo is mentioned, and the name of ilenry ftusiel first rate meadow for the farm, lato the Es- written in tho Wk. Any person who will laie ot sotu ueceaseii, situate in tho town ship of Moniour and cnnniy aforesaid. JACOB EYERLY, Clerk. j;anviio may S7 lam. HO '. rOR ORSCJON ! Mew dood! IKcflcy Sc iTIciideuhall AVE just received and are now opcnliiR splendid aasortmeiit of new, cheap and fash- o.ialilo SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, .4-- selecteJ with great thro as to price and quality, comprising Superfine Cloth and Cassimeres, Tweed Uoli ana funey Cassunere.i Jor Ucnlte.med's wear. Velvet, Satin and Fancy Veslings, Lidies' Dress Goods, stub as Cashmere, fle. Laincs.Iialzorincs, Lawns, Crape de .aines, Ginghumi, Ctfit cocs, Muslins, fyc oc. anrf Braid $ SlrawIJonnets $ Trimming" In fact a general and well selected assortmcii1 of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES AND LIQUORS, HARDWARE, QUEENLY A RKSJJOLLOW WARE All of which they are anxious In ,-It rlmnri fnr Cash or in exchango for Country Produce gencr- UK V May 30 nitiKham lituviix, OT new and bfautilul tmttenns. iust received , .1.- rvf... r ' L B RUPliltr. May 30 4 5 a io LATEST ARRIVAL FROM MEXICO. SUE WAR OF EXTERMINATION AGAINST HIGH PRICES, Carried snlo Africa. CfeeapCfood rtJ"VE stibrcriber taltea occaiion to nnnouncn to old patrons, and as many new ones as wish to buy chuapor lhan ever or any where else, dulho has juat opened at his old at and in M tin street, a totally NEIV JIND FASHIONABLE ASSORTMENT OF (omprisinR a f nil and careful soloction of Ginghams Aloutun ue i.ains, lleraje-i, 1 ronch I.awns and Prinl-t. mull, cambric and barred Mus lins, Pourcc, Silk and Cambric Handkerchiefs and Shawls, Cloths, Oanainieres, Tweeds, Silin and funrv Vcit- ings, Pantaloon SttilTi, fiimbronns, Sum mer ("loths. Cravats, Ptocks, Ties, &c. &.c. &c. Also A Vuriety nf Groceries, Liquors, Quocnsware and Hardware. To an cxaminaii.ui of which the subscriber re- ipcclfully invims lite attention of purchasers sii.l others bofore-seleclinff elsewhere, as ho feels asiurcd that he can satisfy the most fastidiou i and econo mical. CEOUCE WEWER. Bloomsburg, May Stj 181C. 0 SMOKED MRAT." JtTferfet POUNDS of Stioulltcr. 1Wyy Mam and Side jlloal just received -it tbe Areado Store AliBKlCU 1 iMIaMi At,. (Vay 30 UfSt BAUltni.S No 1 and 2 of fiat quality ItO? MAVKKMlh' jst received at the rtKCAHP. atote. OOLBRIdT fe EM Nli LA. May 7 LAS T NOTICE. 1,1, persons knowing themselves indebted lo thi.Ufe of JAUOI) PAUR, deceased late of Madison Towni.hi'i, aro hereby notified that un less their accounts sra settled before the 16th insl hey will bo placod in tho hands of a Justice foi collection, and all persons having claims aro ie- luejted to present them immediately, as wo aie anxious to have the business closfed. KLIZAURTH PA Kli, Administratrix, WASHINGTON PARK, Administrator. Reward. OST bteween Cattawissa and Jcrsoytown, on the tn ot Juna inst, a POCKET BOOK. 6 ; vv,i uwi. m i.ann notes iwo fl,v.08'0"6 f ,hra on W B.anch, and the other on the Susquehann Bsnn.tho remslnder in 'small notes i h rf.'iT. V. . J" 'maliH lflinwn tn ,Un U.l..-. f .l.M , 11. 1 . ,u ,.,u uul,wl u, fcuJ uiuiuum Leino- crat wncro it may ho had, shall rcceivo the above ro ward. HENRY FOX. Jatic 13 1310, Nails and Spikes;. SC KKGS of Nails and r-'pikesjuit received &B and for sale at tboNcw t't'iic ol h. 11. UUI'llltr. June flth TPmhlie Sale. N pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Oourt ot c oluiuuia counly, on Saturday, the firs' day of Augtm next, at 10 o clock in Iho forenoon, Marshall Shoe. maker and John Chriatian, Adnttnistiatoia tc. of lacob Wellivcr laic of Madion lownhip, in Raid county, deceaaed will be exposed lo sale by Public Vendue upon lite proinliea; a certain tractor I, ami mtuatt! in Madison townthip, Columbia count) conlaininc; or tbereabjuts adjoinine lands of John lie mler.iliot. aleutlno ("lirislian, John Llilllinncr, Jolin Kiclturu jud John Christian. Upon tho prcmUcs there is a I .(Mi IKJUHU, Ono and one half atorica high, fefea ASMA1.I, APPIiK OliCHAUU. S A. It i&sir A .iiu f inv anil aboulSO acres of cleared land, the icmainiin; pan la well Umbered with Pine and Oak. Then is a stream of warer running through tho property, capable ol'ruuning a vuw null, lato the estate of and deceased, annate in Mddtaon townrhip in said court ty Hforenajd. JACOB EY I'.KIi Y, (;icrc Danville, Vay 0, 1 H-td 8w7 5 In pursuance of an order cf the Orphans' Court of Colnmbts county, on Snturday the; 27th day of June next, at 10 o'clock in ihr forenoon, Jacob Demon Administrator Sir. of George Whitenight late of Madisoi township, in said county, deceased, will ex pose to Sale by Public Venilue, upon tht premises, a cerlaiu Tract of land situate in the township ofMndison Columbia County, adjoining lands of Samuel Rtclurds, Reu ben Wilson, John Christian, and John Bctz containing one bundled acres and ullowan ees about 05 arces of which i cleared lantl whereon is erected a frame House andBank Barn, with a good Apple Orchard and othei Fiuii 'Frees on the premises. Lite the Estate of said deceased, situate in the township ol Madison and county afore said, J.2COB EYERLY, Cletk. Dinvllle. May 20 1 8i 0; IS Laborers fMMEDIATr. imployment will N- given to If Common ljtlxircro, (.'.'irpoiitor!) and lUasoilH. to work upon llio (.attauiasa Bridge. Apply ltnmcdineJy to KRIOK, HAllTMAN t DBARD, Cattiwusa, May, 134 f AN APPRENTICE. rmr tho T.itr.nitT.-vn nvstEZS A smart active I, ad 16 or IB yrsrs of ag, who can come well recommended, will receive goou en couragement, upon immediate application to 1 B. RUPERT. Bl.iomsbuig, Aay 53 fcyMAKE WAY TOR THEJl WGHT-STRS3ET Mew Store. ceosHlSuppIy oiSpi'ingfioods V, subieribcrs take this method of inform ing their friends and the public (ronerallv, that they are now opening the second supply o( spring (Soods, to which they would moat respect, tullv invito the attention of those win are m want of New and Cheap Goods, coniisting in patt of Clot ht, Cassimeres, Sat I inelsfy Nestings of '.merican, -'ronch and I'nglnh Fabrics. Coating and Pantaloons Stuff?, a ve-y superior article of Tweed Cloths and Cossi niercs, Angola Cnsimcrcs. Drillings Gamhooni &.C ic. Cotton Pantaloon Stuffi. of every vanetv and of ihe most desita'jle bty !cs. PRhNI'S! PRINTS ! ! compiis'mg every varietv of 6tle and prices from UJ to 55 cents. DRESS GOODS. New st)le of French Lawns, a splendid article of new stylo .Muuune ue lane anu summer ('atdimcreF Cinglisins Ac SIIALWS. itnongt which may beiound a haivhomn articlo U Oeragcs t'lcknicj .Mo4islano and 'J'hjbet tihawls WHITE COODS. Uarred, striped and pbm Jaconets and Cambric Muslins, i.aic. Minims, book, mull and Swiss .nusitr, uimop i.awn, cuitaui ftluslin, kVc. Brown and Bleached Muslins , iii to 12J rents per yard, bleached and nn bleached Pablo Diaper, cotton Osnubury, Ac. Together with a full assortment of Groceries, Spicei, Havrfwaae and Cut lery, Queensware. JDr'ugs, Bools and &h es. and in fact every article usually kept in Country Tl o public generally are invited to call and ex amine their stock before purcha.ing clscwher. Thankful for past favors, they flatter themselves ij unci auonnon io nusiness to merit the patron A.'B. KNADU Si Co M.io 23. All kinds of Lumber. Grain and Produce taken in Exchange fnr Goods, ttT CATAWI5SA FBRjY. IIK HuWriber Infoimsllic public that Iiav. intr nrocured a Ni'W FIjA T and boats for footmen he has established a pKHKY NKAK OATWVISSA DKIlKiB, and will at al limes lie in readiness to ferry all from a FOOTMAN 10 a TWO HOIlfcJB I,0 UKU TEAM, without d.e lay and on reasonable terms. STACY AAItGUJtUM. April 18 C2 NEW OF A FRESH ARRIVAL ASSORTMENT OF Millinery, AK1J PAiVCYjROODS, Miss iTI. I). ECORISOIV AS jusl receive'd ot her old stand in Main, street, an abutment of Mjllinorv and fan. ey Cio,.ls, consiling in part of STRAW AND SILK BONNETS, Fashionable Ribbons of all kinds. Bonnet Velvet of all colors and quality. Summer Artificial Flowens of all kinds. and almost eveiy thing elfe in her line that may bo called for; oil of winch will be sold veiy low. La dies ate requested to call befuie purchasing else where May 0, 1840 3 NOTICE 3 hereby given to the subsbribers to tho Stock of the C:il tnu issu Ilridcu Ccuiiixi it v bat an Installment of JFr"i f)OI,l,.1lt rer dure is required to be paid to the Trcat.urer oi. or ictore tbe Itut day of luno next. Uy order of ihn Boird ol Directors, DAVID CLARK, Treasurer. Cattswitsa, May 1, 1S1G--2 ESTABLISHMENT- The subscribers rcjnectfullv inform the nublie that they have commenced thu TAILORING BUSINESS tn BIoomtburg, in the Z?uildlng, lately ocoupied by cnocn uoweii in rtiarKet street where they intend carry ing it on in all its various hranches. Hsvinc hd aomo experience in the business, they flatter themselves that they shall bo able (o do all the wotlt intrusted to them in as fashionable end workman tike manner, and as expeditiously; as can be donu In any other shop in tho county." They, therefuie, ask a sbsre of public patrnnage at loait, they wili to be tried. D. WILSON, A. T. LV ELAND. April t, 1846-yly50 a r TUE Mew Stto&ve 9 rWVtC upscriber has just inrciveJ in addition to his former stock, a completo assortment o. uttablo for Spring and Summer use, consisting ,.i turt of Motislin deLiiii,Fr;nrh Lwn.BircRo (iintlisni Eivti, Fancy Prints of at I'ilernx and prices nanihrnoos, Tweeds, Summer Clot hs.- Fancy Casimeres, Cotton Stripcf, Together vvithBaregp.Zppor Worsted. Thibet, Plain fa Shaded Mou .'I in do J.aine Shawls. Vfistincs Stocks, Pongee and Cambric Handkerchiefs, Corded and Gras Chub Skirt.",. Also, a larirn A"orlment of Florence Braid St Straw iJonnnls, Ribbon", Silk. Oil ClQlhJIopiery.Paraso1?, Porcelets, Sun Shades, &c. &r. In fact every thing that mav bo reauired for La dies" or Cenlloinon's snrinir or summer wear, all of which ho will fell as low as ihey can be purchased in llio county ol Columbia. All kinds of Lumber audConntrv Produce taken in cuehaugu fur Goods. L. B. RUPERT. April 2.11 THE Public are hereby respectfully informed hat wo hive lately entered into Copartnershii) in the aliove business al the Hnck Shop, formerly oc cupied by Moses CofTman, on Main-street, below the new storn, where wo intend to canv on tho ibove named business in all its branches. Wo pledge ourselves that work done at this shop .halt tie executed in as noat and workmanlike minncr, and on as rcasonablo terms, as can be done at any other stiop in this place. We therefore hope by urkt attention to busineis, to merit and receive a Jue proportion of public patronage. M. CWI'MAN. S B roust: pnl2S, l?10. A. Ii. SIJOEISG done at tht re- luced price of One Dollar. Smali nrofts and quick return our motto. OP AT THE 5 Arcade. (,'ST received at the Arcade "Store, in addition to the furrasr stock, o large and e.tentive bh- snrtment ot DRY COODS, C.ROCERtES. HARD WARE AND CROCKERY, comprising almost every article that mav be wanted either lor Ladies and Gentlemen's Dresses or f ,r families use All of which will be sold at the un usual low prices fur which tho Sioro is io famous. wanted"., ALL kind? of Lumber sri4 .Country Produco in cxcluDio a,- rin'.i!j, AMiHlGliTA MENOAL, Muy3( I V3 i