THE GAKIiAN D
With twectest flotven tnrich'd,
'l'ttim various gardens cull'dtuith care'
THE FLAG OF THE UNION.
BY MRS, 1 L. SCIIEItMERIJOnN.
Oh.' rend it not still lot it wove,
That stat-(jemcd flag, o'er and and sea,
Tlio cherished signal of the brave,
The glorious banner of the free,
Still Id its eaglo soar ott high,
lis stripes still fresh, its stars still bright
No tempest in the smiling sky,
No gathering cloud to qncnro their light,
O.i! plant it on each glorious spot,
Unfurl it wide, but rend it nol
There comes a voice from every plain
. From every mount of 6rife and g!ory
Whete valor's blood has left a slain,
Or history found a themn foi story;
From Ounkor Hill from Bennington,
From glorious York tho cry is heaid:
From vale to mount the sounds rolls on,
nd ocn the ocean depths art stirred.
From every fnme-romenibcred spot
Tho ciy is hoard OM ror.d it not.
Oh! by the chief whoso awful forms
Are bending from the starry sky,
Who bore tlirt flag thro' war's wild storms
Anil proud and piorious bade it fly,
Their blood-bought flag do not despise,
The prmidivt g'Tt o nation knows;
A ft g blight fti ,.rnirg in tho skies,
Thai 'Iri .i,, , nH m its vaunting foes.
Oh.' be tuo treasure no'cr forgot,
Unfurl it wide, bu' rend it not.
Oh! yo tho tons of nobla fires,
Who bravely struggle,; side by side.
Where blazed 'bo tented Raid's watch-fires,
Or naies pressed the surging tide,
Shall pelt bickerings rend the tide,
The oath ftaternal sealed with blood!
Shall that proud banner cease to fly,
A victor flag o'er field and blood?
No! be the Union ne'er foigot,
Unfurl it widu but rend it not.
jyjiaif !f. Km-J.rTtTW WTJMVH nw.nn
Superior srficle of No. 1 and 2 MACK.
I2EIEL., by tbo Barrel or Half Hand, ui
tho Cheap Light-Street New Store,
A. B. KNABD &. Co.
LIST OF TRAVERSE JURORS,
August Termor 1810,
"Bloom Rufus K Hopkins Samuel Boon
Uriarcreek John Frcas
Derry Joseph Levers Daniel Cox John
Derr John Steiner
Fishingcreek Zacartah Ross Abraham
Greenwood Jarob Coo!
Hemlock .lurries Roal Samuel Biugler
v aniau uceso
Liberty Robert iL'ontgomery Frederick
Blue Juhn Mooro
MahoningMichoel Sanders Samel Shaffer
JLudison John Billheim sen. Isaac Demon
AJifilin Jichael Riltenhouse John Cree-
6j jr. John Brown
Mon our George II Williis
rimintplcasant Joseph Long Peter Oman
jr. Aaron Kester
Orange Godfrey klino Aarin Bender
lioartngnrcck John Bear Jonas Roe
Sugarloof Robert Campbell William S
yl'cy Joseph Maus Jacob B, Aaus Ben
LIST OF GRAND JURORS,
For August Term 1810.
Oatlawissa Charles JIarlman
Centre Benjamin Hughes Levi Aikman j
uerry -wittum a, Ularlt Thomas Kobison
Fishingcreek Daniel Smith Samuel Criv-
G teen wood William Albertson
Jackson Jacob Turner
Zibetty Leonard St'ncman Robert Butler
J.Iuhoning G. W. Shows William J.oisrn
jine B. I. Alwood William Cook Dan
iJtlion James .Allen
Mifflin Marshall G. Kinney Daniel Rine
Montour TMer Rupert
Orange William White Peter Achenbacli
Itoaringureek Adam 0,:ble
ADINIS TRJirOies NOTICE.
The Estate of GAINES JICKSOA
'are of JJloom township, itcceaied,
T3fcT0TtCn is hereby givon that letters of nilrnin
JJ3 Motion on the above mentioned Etlutc
l.avo been granted to thosubscriberdiviiit; in Uloom
to'.viwnlp. All porsons indebted to said estate
nro heiuby notified to mako iuimcdiato payment,
1 all tho lmvinj claims are requested to pro
lit them properly uutlicntieated to
The subscriber offers for sale his
jituated on tho corner of Mnlu and East-streets
in Jlonnnburg, Columbia Couuty, l'a. Itiswcl
calculated for tho location Tor a Public House o
00 Fed front on Mainstrctt,
211 l-Hfeeton East-street,
nnd ihn rn.ul Icadiniilo the llloomsburrj Itail 5ad
tinu L'oiiinaliv'H Furnaces. This Lot Iswcll cal
ciliated for building upon F.asl-itrect ns well as on
Main, and being situated in ttio centre ot me iron
Region of Columbia County, is well worthy the
TilMMilinn nl Uin capitalists.
For any information respecting the conditions.
O'lU'teo ,t,,o ,r,,.Tl-.
JltilliIU3 iYJl Illicit
Oleomslmrg, ZJcccmbci 20
IMPO'MT N W-hS
LATEST ARRIVAL BY THE
ALBRIGHT & MENGAL,
AVD just received by tbo Hail Road and are
no,v opening, a pplomltu assortment of
Spring and Summer
which, having been selected with great care, thoy
cm nun win sen as low. it not a little oner.
than they can bo purchased elsewhere in thecoun
ty. Among their assortment may be found in
DRY GOODS LINE,
A splendid assortment of new and fashionable
rr'nU ot new hgurcs, Uiiigliams; u new stvlu of
eross ovei lterago auil other Jlcrascs: fanev nnd
blactc and white Lawns, Gingham Lawns, Uelancs
ot ull colors andijuality, liiack and blue black dress
iilks,- black silk bcrgo Allapacca, damask summer
-Huts, Uamaskuook .Muslin, purc twist and steel
beads and rings of assorted colors, ladies and ccn
ii......ai.:.i . .!,: m .. i ... ! ..
Miiiuiioniu iiuti;a,muiiuii vjiuvut unu UlllS, Willi'
cambric Handkerchiefs; ladies silk points, Mack,
imnuanna onu nin siik 7jik kerchief, rntiim
Hauuserchiels of every description, white and fan
cy silk Handkerchiefs, Sliawlsof all kinds, in short
Cotton and Linen Goods of every description for
Ladies' wear, Silk. Cotton and Worsted Hosu for
men ana women Ladies shell combs.
broadcloths of all colors and nualitv. Sattinetts
Cassimeics, fancy summer Cassimcres. b x mmi-iir
cuai i ivttu, jiuukuis, 'iiLXKs, mack oaitin and
other slimmer Nestings of every description: fancy
Scjrfs al d Cravats of rill qualities, bleached and
unbleached Muslins, Umbrellas an-1 Parasols, Leg
horn and palm leaf Hals. A quantity of carpet"
MV., 1 V. .!.!.... ,. i . . .
Lump and brown Bu"ar. Molasses. Cnffpp .'l'nn
of all kindi, t'inger; Alspico Pcppcr.N ltmeg fee.
liar oap, uanilles,coar(e and fine Salt, sperm and
iWh Oil, an asbortmcnt of the best quality of
randy, Gin, Hum, "ll'i'iiru, &C. pu-chafcd ex
presely to supply Tavern keepers, who arc partic
ularly requesled to call and rxamino quality and
prices before purchasing elsewhere.
A i-plcmlid assortiurnt of
by the Tea Set or piece to suit customers.
Consisting in part of knives and forks, butts and
screws; gimbles, augurs, cbisscls, saws, tea and
other kettles, Jc. &c. and an assortment of
ALo an assortment of
II ATS AND CAPS.
In fact they can furnish their customers with cv.
cry article usually kept in countiy store, and tiling
determined to do business right, they can and will
tnako it the interest of the people tc trado with
QJ Lumber and all kinds of coun
try produce taien in payment for
Ap.il 11 51 tf
CIUSAl' UOiNr KCTIONARY AND
VAlll ET Y ESTAZJLI SII AE.N T.
THF. subscriber has just received a fresh'sup
ply of '
ctnsisttng of Candies of various kinds. And also
Hunch amns of a superior qutdity ,
Bordeaux Prunes, English Currants,
Fips, Fresh Oranges and Lemons,
Herring. Sweet and Water Crack
ers, English Walnuts, Filberts
Amonds, Cream Nuts, Peu
Soaps; Smokinc. Lumn: Cavendish ami Hnn
Den Tobacco, Spanish, half Spanish und com
1!so n assortment of Gum, Worsted and
Cotton Suspenders; Hazor Straps; UruMies
nun uointis ot all umus; lllacking: J bread
Tapes: Needle and Pins &e.
Hunting and other Goat Huttons; Hooks and Eyes
Pencils and Pencil 1'oinls Percussion Gaps
i'lei'l Pens '1 himblcH .latilu's-whilo mid black
Cable Golds agate and pearl Shirt Huttons
Strap tost anil suspender Millions
Saliu Stoikswatcb Gnatde
Necklaces Mitt .-Wafcris- knitiinr
KccdlcsPrinimors all kinds of
BOOKS AND STATIONARY,
All of which aro to bo had cheap at tho corner
in main ana nast-strccts.
f w , ...... -
O. C. KAHLER.
Blormsburg; April 17- 184G.-fja
rIIll.V(3 nrf dtlVVli ATKETj just re.
ccivcil and for sdlc at the New Store.
h. U. HUI'iiHT.
CANCERS, YARTS. CORNS, &c,
THE subscriber informs tho publicj that be is
unto 10 cum an Kinus 01 uancers anil e radicate
Warta and Corns with very littlo tiain and in n
shoit time. Ho refers to several respectable citi
zens In Ills neighborhood, audi as Samuel Hess,
William Kile ond others, that has been successful; , reap0C,fuy informs the public that
in sovcral Instiiucc, and is not humbugging as is . . , ', ,... i,,,' i,,.,i, r
too f.cquently the caso among quacks. 5 111 war-WW intend to carry on the above branch of
raatsccrtaln euro in nnv caso tin undB.iai or no buEittcBs and will nt all limes bo ready to llo
rjjWarts, Scc. on catllo and other anlniali are
also cured by tbo subscriber who reside in Mount
Pleasant township on tin main road leading from
Mlllvilleto tll.)omburg,ahont 14 miles from Fred
erick Miller's Tavern where persons are invited to
Moy HO, 18 IG lyG
i'ADIEE BNNr3TS. HEAD DRESS'
A splendid nsiortmcnt of Ladies' Bonnets,
Head Dress Artificial Flowers, Ribbons, &c
-I. . . C.. V.... Xfnrr. Inf
very ciicap.at mo IjtIS1" j
P' A. B.ICNABH 4' Co.
IS hereby given that the copartnership heretofore
existing under the firm of Urobst and Santcot"
dissolved and the occcounts ot said linn Iu'o been
assigned to the subscriber, who alone, is authorized
to collect the same.
March 13 184G,
Ti LASTING POWDER.
Kens of Blast in Powtlcr
of the best quality, just received by
WM. McKELVY A; Co
Do cembcr C
DIIARTES 11, BUCKALEW
4A(li'Ht!y at Law.
Office South side of iHain-st. bcow
SCpWII.L ATTEND COURTS IN
THE COUNTIES OF COLUMBIA
TUG subscriber respectfully informs the public
that bo has opened a shop, on Main-street,
nearly opposite Clayton's Tavern, in llloomsburg,
where ho intends currying on the above business.
in all its various branches.
of every description, will be kept on hand for sale
at WHOLESALE or KETA1L.
Manufactured into nnv form required,
STOVE I' I PES,
of all sizes kept constantly on hand. Stoves finish
cd to order.
Ilcir.g determined to do business in the right
way, ho rencsts all to call upon bun before they
purchase elsewhere, as ho will furnith all articles
in his lino as cheap as they can be purchased in
D. J. HI EG.
September 20, 1845 1 j-23
THE subscriber continues to carry on
CHAIR ilfAN UFA C TO R I N G
business at the old stand of B- & S. Ilagen
bueh, where ho will be ready at all times
to furnish Fancy & Windsor Chairs. Set
tees, Boston Rooking Chairs &c, of cvorv
description, which mav be railed for, at
short notice and on the most reasonable
terms. Hn will also rxeeutc House, Sign &
Ornamental Painting, and House Papering,
in a superior manner,
From his expenenre in tho business. am'
his facilities of manufacturing the various
articles of his line, he flatters himself thai
he shall bo able to furnish as good work,
and upon as reasonable terms as can be
done in the country, all of which fio will
disposo or for CASH or COUNTRY
N. B- Orders from a distance will be
strictly ar.d punctually attended to.
Last year Columbia County, on four
weeks nntico, collected and oaid over into
the Stale Treasury THE WHOLE amount
ol her state I ax, and received as a com
pensation for her promptness, a deduction
of 5 per cent, amounting to S581 00. The
same offer is again renewed, and Columbia
County may this year claim a deduction of
I he same necessity for promptness and
enrrey exist now as then, Tho honor of
our Commonwealth is at stake, and nothing
hot energetic sntion on the part of l ax Col
lectors and l ax Payers can save the Statr
from disgrace, Tho Tax Colleeirs of the
several townships in Colt mbia cointy for
the year 181C are hereby requested to pro
ceed forthwith and collect and pay over into
the County Treasury, on or before the
twenty fifth day of July next, the whole a
mnnnt of State Tax charged in their tespec
By order of the Commissioners,
E. MEN DEN HALL, Clerk.
CoMMtssioNnns' Offich, ?
Danville, May 20. 1840. J
N. B. Those Collectors for years 1843
and 1811, who are still in arrears, are here
by notified; that unices the whole amount of
their Dup'icates is settled off, on or before
the 1st day ol July next, they will be pro-
ccrded against according to law And tho
Collectors for the year 1845 aro reouesled
to srtlte up tho arrears of their Duplieatos
ny llio xotn uay ol Jtiiy next. Tho low,
rate 01 i axes laiti wus year lor uountv tiur.,cu lu
poses and the extra expenses, which the
i.i . -
(Jaunty will necesarily incur in building
Biidgcs, rendors it absolutely necessary that
all Taxes due from forraet years be immc"
diately paid overj
'OTTO.NOT TO BEOUTDONEde
hl,YCKSMITIIING ' I2STA11MSHMI2NT
ISy Sanlce Jk Silvcrlh 1 11.
THE undersianed having taken the shop
Turmnrlu nrnnniml liv Mnrslml Silver tlioril.
work a little better and cheaper than anyi
ulhor establishment in the place, 'and they
hopo by strict attention to business to merit
a largo portion of tho public patronage
All kinds of country produce taken in
exchange for work & tho ready not refused,
ISA G SANTEE!
Blootnsburg Feb, 21,184044
mm . i.:.. i .... ..i.i!.'d
r . '. .. i. n
unuor mo nrm o. iirmsirong w uuges. in
the (one cuttuiL' business, is by mutua'
Nov. 1 1845.
THE business will bo continued by the
subscriber at the old stand; whore may
bo had at all limes
JAMBS, MANTLES, PAINT
STONES, MULL ERS, &c.
or any other work in his line. Ho is
also prepared to furnish WINDOW CAPS
and SILLS, DOOK SILLS and STEPS
&c. oilhcr of Mn.ble, Litnu or any kind ol
stone that can be procured in this vicinity
iTjHaving had considerable experience
in tho business, he pledges his work to
bo executed in as handsome a stylo as can
be furnished from fiiiy yard either in ihe
city or country; and on as reasonable terms
Bloomsburg, Nov. 3, 1843. ly 28
J. IP VANDE RSjLICE.
EGS leave to inform the public, that
lie is prepared to attend to all the oner
ations in dentistry, such as removing
The Tartar and other Foreign Sub
stances. From the toelh, rendering them clean, and
the gums and breath sweet and healthy.
The cavities of Decayed Teeth
Will be dressed out and filled with Gold
or other toil; of the finest quality, as the
case may require, which will eenerall
prevent their aching or further decay, and
render them useful for years; and in manv
cases during h'fe
Teeth and Slumps of Teeth
Which have become useless or troublesome
will bo extracted in the most careful man
ner, with the latest and best improved in
struments. Porceliain Teeth,
Ofthe best quality and latest improvement,
will be inserted on pivot, or (in connection
with Dr. Vallercliamp, with whom he is in
pjlernship in plate woik) on Gold plate,
from a single tooth to a whole set, to look
is well as the natural, and warranted to
answer all tho useful and ornamental nur
noses proposed by the art.
In shorl.every operation belonging lo llit
prolesiion, will bi pefortned in the best
nanner. with choisest material, nnd at the
honest notice Ho therefore hopes, b
strict attention to business, toobtainli share
of public patronage, Any person or nei
sons wishing any of the above operations
performed, are rcspoclfully requested to
give htm a call.
N. B- The public are hereby informed
tliat we the subscribers havo entered into
special Parlnctship relating only to plate
worn as it is more convenient lor each to
attend to the other branches ofthe science
on Ins own account.
J. II. VANDEBSLICE.
Mount Pleasant, Nov 8th. 1845 3m
informs the pub
lie that he has
JteTs opened a SHOE
&PZ$ STOKE at the lower
end of Mam Street,
.Cloomsburg, at Ihe
fctoro funnel lv ueenni
cd by E. Lutz where be intends to keep n gener
ol assortment of shoes and boots, for men ond
womens ware, which he will sell as low. if nni
lower than tho same quality of goods can beboucbt
... uiiuuiuin v.uumj'. JJU VYlll H180 infKO (0 OrUCr
all kinds of boots and shoes, at short notice, Hav
ing determined to cell low. for a small nmfii.
in fnl...l.l IT.. i. . .
no rcspectlully Inviltes those who are in want of
any thing in Ills fine, to give him a call.
iN.JJ. All goods bousht of me aro warranted
to bo as recommended.
On the Estate of PETER BIGGS
late of Bloomsburx, deceased.
j&TOI ICL is hereby given that Letters of Ad
Pfl ministration on tho above mentioned Estate
nave necn grantee to the subscriber.
immediate payment, and all thoso having claims
are requested to present them properly authentica-
JOHN K, GROTZ, Adm'
Juno C, 1816 6iv7
BLANKS 1 1 BLANKS ! I
FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE.
ITS COURSE IS ONWARD.
ifO creat has been
3 Olosaonbn or All Healing Ualsam, and It has
civen such ncncral satisfaction to those who have
used it nnd become acnuaintcd with its virtues that
it now stand pre-eminent as arcniedy in Diicnses
ths fiiiinis. and the tcstitnonv which lias iiecn
civen bv uillercnt persons who have been cured by
-.s allo"Rcllu.r vou-nlttrv 0ll their (at. They he
ivM!, i,i,i,,i,n, u t,nmnvfi,i,l themselves
ll.VIIU ,11 HIV IIU ' " J . -
in need of this remedy may apply for It without do
Kcad the following letter reenved Ijom the Jtcv
ilr Shimeall, Pastor of St J tide's Hpiscopal Free
Church, ilr S. has not only used 'ho medicine
himself but has witnessed its ellectfl m setcral crv
trying cases uf disease. Tho letter will show hit
opinion of its virtues.
Dear Sir : IJclicvms it to no nut an act 01 com
mon humanity to thoo sullering under the various
diseases of fjoughs, Uolils, Hoarseness, lyonsumn
lion, Atthma, iC. to point them lo a safe, speedy
and radical remedy, I lake pleasure 111 Hearing my
iptiinimiv to vour invaluable medicine railed ulosa
nninn or All Healing Ualsam. Of its efficacy 1
can sneak first from my own experience, lleing
subject from exposure more or I.ks lo the vieissi
iiiiIpm of our climate to Irenuent attacks of Influcn
zn, Hoarsencss.&c.,! have alixaysfound itto allbid
almost instantaneous, und always by perseverance
in its use. elfeclual relief. To a particular friend
of initio suffering severely mulct Atllnna, and who
bad dcspaiicd ot obtaining relict from any human
source, upon my recommendation was induced to
give tho Olosaonian a trial and bo pronounced the
crtcct produced upon him a perfect charm oflording
him immediate and almost instantaneous relief, In
another inslanco I recommended it to a female
friend far advanced in Consumption. After the use
of tbo first bottle her cough was entirely removed
and her nppctito ond strength restored to such o
decree as to astonish all who saw her- With a
lone cherished ai.tl firmly established prejudice a
gainst the thousand and one specifics put forth in
these davs as sovereign panaceas for nil disease, I
assurovou that nothing short of my firm conviction
of the claims of vour medicino to an origin so ro
pectablc, and to tho ellccts ol it as herein certihcu;
tlOth liy my own cxpcririuo unu unoi i wuiuu, i
could not have been induced thus to como forward
as a witness in its behalf. 1 hao the honor to he,
sir, respectfully yours, It. 0: SMMLALL.
Have you a Cough,
which is troublesome and has not yielded to any
of the icincdies which you have used I Is it ut
tended with pain it tho side, shortness of breath,
Do you Raise Blood
when you cough and find your strength gradually
failing 1 You will find that these symptoms if not
properly attended to will terminato in consumption
und truth. Arc you troubled widi that distressing
which deprives you of your rest at night and ren
ders life burtbensome.
Here is the licmcdy.
Remember the namo and place where it is to be
obtainc'i and do not be put oil with any other. It
lias produced a cure in as desperate cases as yours
may appear to be, and doubtless will put to (light
in a snecdv manner those distressing symptoms
which fill your mind with gloomy forebodings of
Its Healing Properties
do not deceive. The short dry cough is nuicklv
iivcrcomo und easy und healthy cxpcitniatiun lakes
lis place. Spilling ol hlood is immediately check'
ed. Night sweats with pain in the hide and chest
debility ond difficulty of brealfing yield in o short
time. Astma with all its drcadiul accompaniments
is at once relieved, ilroucbitts and in fact all the
dsscascs of tbo throat and I ungs give way before
this remedy when ull oilier means have faded,
Pcsons may attempt lo deceive you with some
other remedy, pronouncing it lo be equally as good
but remember lilois at stake, thcicloro
Be not Deceived.
The abovo medicine for sale by the following
E. V. Lutz, u:oomsliurg. W. j Waller & Co
Jcrwick; E- &J, Laiarus, Orangeville ; Levi Hi
el, Jerseytown ; Ucrr Alelinde, lute Hall ;
Baldy, Caltawissa. Gin3
Cabinet ware House
faTIHE subscribe would respectfully infoini
B public, that he has taken tbo sh in latelv oc
cupicd by Samuel Lilly, near the upper end of
111 ' I ...1 1. ! . .
uioomsuurg, wucrc uuis carrying on tuo
in all its various branches, and whero ho will bo
happy o wait upon all thoso who may favor him
.!.:. ill. lj l. !.. . ,.
tvim tutu vu-iuiii, ..is & uiiniuiu its wairamcu to
bo made of good malciial and durable, und ho in
tend j keeping on hand
Sideboards, Secretaries, Bureaus.
irarurooes, ward laities, Dining
Tables. Breakfast Tables,
Cupboards, Stands, Wash
and all kinds of work in his line, which he wpj sell
u .vuovnauiu uiima us nicy can do purchased
in tho county.
Hy Bind attention to business !m b
XOIlrn n otinra Ar.,.,LI!. i
. n. EU ""OWN
April 85, 1B45. lyl
THE subscribers inform the public hat they
have cslablLhed a FEIIKY at tbonl.l rm..
Ing, a short distanco below the mouth of Filing.
i .v. - "o ""('in" unu IVI.UILU a laTCf
NEW FLAT, 00 feot long, and newloalsfor
uuniiiii. iiuiiii(j jouu ussisunis tney will ho in
constant readiness lo ferry all who apply, from n
8INOI.fi PERRON t a SIX HOltHH i nk n
EI) TEAM, without delay, and upon reasonable
FOX & METZ.
Wm. McKelvy 8c Co.
HAVE just received and nov opening, ono o
the largest and most extensive Stock
Woods ever lirougbl irtlo Columbia cotiuly. The!,
assortment consists in pan ot tuo loiiuwing:
llrrrgrs Jicrrgc Scarfs, linsorinfs, Ft
urct and pUiin d" Laincs' Lawns
Prints of all quaUtits. patcrns '
and prices, Siltt.Iicrngc and
Cotton Shaws, Para
socltcs, Kid and
Silk and Cotton
Hose, Pocket Handker
chiefs of nil kind and ahnosl
rif thing esc that Ladies may
wiin or, including a large assortment of
BRAID AND STRAW BONNETS
of a superior quality.
Cloths, Cassimcrs, Oregon f'assimers; a new an
cle, Pantaloon studs, Tweeds, Gambrooim- ., "
mcr cloths, satin and fancy Vcling,, c'ra " !
scarfs; tics and various other articles.
Gentlemen and Ladies IJOOTS and Sllnra
of evciy description. M
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS.
Molasses, Loaf and Ilrnwn Sugars, L'om-e.Tei,
Spices, Mackerel, coarse and fine Snh 11. i '
Hum, Wines, Om.&'c. UranJ.
Assortment includes everj article and qUai,v
that may be called for; 'imj
Spades, Shovels; Forks; Hoes; Axes; Hand; .Vill
Voed nnJ cross cut Saws; Files: Hulls; Serew
Locks, Knives and Folks, Uultons; Uucklcs;.J-c
Of all sizes, Round, Bar and Rand Iron
Casl Steel, and a general assoitmenl of
All of which will bo sold a little lower than tin
lowest; und all kinds of LTJ.MUEK and l'Utj.
DUC13 taken in payment.
Centre of Gravity.
A NEW TAILORING
E S T.BL SISME IT T .
THE snbscribcrs respectfullv inform
zens of IJIoomsburg and vicinity, that they hate lo.
catcd themselves in Thornton' Nniu si
Main, two doors below the Corner of Main 'ad
Market streets, in llloomsburg, where they will .1.
ways be found on hand, ready to accommodate
thoso who may favor them with a call. Their
woikwill be donein the latest and mntt ... .i
style for neatness and elegance in the husines.
From their long experience in lh busiiifs, ilicy
(latter themselves that their work will be done ai
neat as can bo done eLcwhere. All woik intru.ted
in their caio warranted In fit.
CfJTTIiVfJ done on tho shoifesl nmi.A .n.i
warranted to tit it properly made up.
KI.I.IS & VAN BUSKIRK.
May 2, 18tfl-2tf
N U.f70tJNTItV I'RODUCn. m .i,.,v.
price, will be tuken in exchango for work
Prclly ro:Uhors Ulakc a FiucHiid
A ND as this holds good in almost every rcsprci
tho subscriber would again inform hisfiiem'
und the publi! generally, that he is still living an
occupying the OLD STAND, on Maiii.slrret.be
tween the olllce of C. U-Hucknlew nn,l it,, nia.v
smith shop of Moses Crvflinon, at which place he
may be found upon tho feat of poverty, prepared
to diow out ihe thread of affliction Ho has iut
L?,V.ei)he 't'l t'"ttst SWer Fanhtom 'for
SIM UNO und SUBIMBIt, and with them he
stands pledged to accommodate his friends, custo
mers and the public generally with good subnttn
tlal tasty fitu or no charge made.
' II. RUPERT. TAIuOH.' will h r.i .
a Shingle stuck up above tho door.
Jia-nissionfree of all expense.
He would alto inform bis fripmls um..
ffyo, Oats, Corn and Fotatocs u ill l,, ii, : '
change for work done at his shop, and a little of
lie pewter dmetum, onco in a while, will not come
amiss. Call and nivo him a trial
a ,nR , E,iNAKD RUPERT.
April 25, 184G 1
RESPECTFULLY, informs the public'that ho
Has Removed his Shoj) to Espy town,
whero ho will always be ready, as heretofore, to
mako any kind of clothinrr. nt tho
and in tho best and most fashionable style. From
his long experience in tho business, ho flatter,
himself that ho shall continue to givo general sat
isfaction and thereby hopes to receive a shore oflho
rjj"'a'ticular attention paid to cutting.
All kinds of country produce tnlien in n.m.ni
p . ... I'UfUIWtl
foj work. '
Espytown, May 9, 184C tf3
An assortment of HOLLOW WARE
such es Ket leg, Pots. 5oileis, Tea Kettles.
Spiders, Take Griddles, &c Also Large and
small Waggon Tloxcs, from the Danville Eco
Woiks, just received and for solo by
JiiM'Mix u JVJENDENHALL,
slate of MICHAEL WHITEN ICI1T
late of Hemlock toivnshiv, deceased,
LETTERS Testamentary on the Estate of Mi.
chad Whitcnight, late of Hemlock township
Columbia county, deceased, has been orantcd to
tho subtcribci, residing in Madison township, in
said county, by tho Register of said county ; all
persons having claims or demandj ocoinst the estoUJ
of Tcfctalor, urc requested to moke them known
without dcloy, ond all persons indebted to sold es.
tolo arc icquirt'd to moke payment forthwith to
J07N RE1CHARD, JSxecutor
of MichoclWhitenight ofllcinlock township dee'di
mauison wwiiililp, May V, 1840. 0w3
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