LJrj-nrs from Moizic jj
FROM THE UU i.
TT KOItM tilt public that while General Tayk
. . -i.i. no f.ir Mur.M.i. t lev
H h pusmng "'in in"
luvo been furnishing tb
wi,UaptcnJid ami entire new and extensive as
Vull :! Winter Good;
mi ii -lipMier thin any ever before
blfeund among. h.l. ."'""
6V...iVer. CM. 6'tttae.
oflad.UM.rfprt-. of Americ,,,, French
PRINTS ! PRINTS
Of ne and f.nhiooablo patterns; comprising
eveti rUV otyl. and quality, very cheap.
Plain, black, aisorted color. nd barred alapac-
ch.d.en's drew and plaid cloaks; ca.hmere. of
' i. .. ! ........... nliil rlii
diU'etcnt descriptions, uciaiu. ' l'y - ',
meitie ginghams; lJiV "nJ t""le'e" "'wJ
v.. I ilL. cashmere and cotton gloves, hii
ensive assoilment of shawl, of every kind
variety. ladies' black silk and .late colored
Plait end twilled, red and white
HOOTS AND SHOES.
A reneral assortment of ladies' gentlemen's thin
and thick boots and shoes ot every Uc..moa
HATS AND CAPS,
And a general and an extensive 9ortmt 6f
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS.
AH of which they will tell very-low in exchange
ALBRIGHT : MENGAL
LIST OF LETTERS.
rmainin" at c P03' ofllce nl IJlootns-
.fc iiim. c ,c,ft
burg oepi. iiu miu
jac C iai ford
, U. Cumiu'mg
J lC ! Bckcrt
i jloman Getrct
M's- .Ann Kennedy
October 3. IS 10.
Dr. 13. H. Mason
Joseph M. Winder
Tho's Walker 5
Mi-s Elizabeth Petcrman
J. H. MOVER P. M.
LIST OF LETTERS.
Remaining in fho post" office it GatVawissa
for he quarter ending Sepember 30h 1819
Jean Michel Diitsch
J H Haynes
Beard & F Ifartman
Mary A. John
llal'er J. I.ashell
David It. Merrill
11. V McCaulcy
' George Shusnan
U I! llidlcman
Charles V Voung
tVrLinj calltna r letters on the above list will
nlease aay tiny are advertised.
P y PAUL R. BALDY P. M.
Ocobcr 3 18.19.
From the Philad. Public Ledger.
An Important cure by D:. Jaynes Altera'
We have been informed by Sirs, Mahan (a
Krand-daughter of old Gen. Wayne) that she suf
fered fur a number of years from the growth of
large Goitrous Tumour of the Throat, which be
cide great deformity, produced both a difficulty of
deglutition, am1 of breathing. Indeed thu says, the
jircsauro upon'the windpipe was so great as to pre
cnt her from sleeping m a recumbent position.and
otten suuocaiioii oppciicuu iiiniuuiu. .Jiicaito u.
bored under severe indisposition from Liver Coin'
nlaint and Jaundice, with a hojrihlo train of ucr
.' . l-.. . ..!.!!. 1 ,.i
vous aliecuons,ior vvmcu sue cuitiuiciiccu tlio use
of Dr. Jayr.o's Alteriiitiva. which she took recular.
y for six or seven weeks, with occasional ilo.es of
JiU nanauve I'liis, aim nor Bvnerai neaitti wai.
ibercbv comiile'oly re-cstablulivd, and now hit
ccivingsame diminution in tho size of theUoitrous
Tuinor, she was encouraged to pcrsevero in tho
uc of the Aliomativo until every ei,taB'e of the
iiainful tuinor was entirely removed. Wo think
therefore that that such mi important remedy
btlOUU ue inure vaciuiiy iiiuiii,
Por sale by
J- R. MOYER, Bloomaburg
A FARM FOR SAIiE
XCT'lHE suhsrribcr offers for sale hi. Farm uilun
ted in Greenwood township. Columbia conn
ty. en the road leading frum Uloomsburi; to jVill
vine, containing about
about 18Q ol it cleared land, and in a good date
ot cultivation, upon uic premier are a
iwo story House, rti
ISllltS A Frame ltarn, '
VJt!KA eood Apple Orchard WtiT
a never failing pringjw
vi iiaiu, mm hid vtuuiu mini wen watered.
Tall be sold on reasonable terms.
Greenwood, ugut 10, 1811! 17tf
Of the Uteal ilvle. i'liit reclvnd t tl.o
i. U. RUPERT.
Pratly rontliut-u .Tfukc:i riucll,.f
A ND at this holds good i:i almost every ics-p!
jJL tlio subscriber would again inform his fiicni'
mil tlio public generally, ''ml ho is Mill hung ant
occupying the Ol.l) STAND, an Main-street, be
tweon the -cilice of C. IMluckalew ami the JJIick
smith shop of Jlosn Cullinsn, at which placu lit
may hit found upon the heat nf poverty, prepttcd
to draw out llm thread of affliction- He has just
received the Flit Latest Stile or fashion for
HPHt.NV.' and SUMMKIt, ami with them hi
stands pleiljjcii to accommodate his friends, ctislo
nera and the public gencriilly with good sub-dam
lial lastvliU or no charge nude.
' U. RUPERT, TAI..OR,- will he found upoi
a Shingle stuck up above the door.
Adnissittn free of all expense,
lie would also inform his lueiids that Wheat.
Rye, Oats, Corn and Potatoes ,vill be taken in ex
change for work done at his shop, and a little nl
'ho pewter dinctuin, once in a while, will not come
ami. j. Call and Kite him a trial,
April 25, 184G 1
The Snlncibei has added alurceNKW FLAT
to his other iots,at thu Ferry urur tliolliulgiMun
iuow prepared to ernss riiiythini; from n fun
scnaer toa ix uore team, at rcduu-d imces, ami
at khort notice.
1 Cull before purchasing EUtwherr at
the A'eiv Factory f Euithenuiutv," by
THOMPSON & HICKS.
HE subscribers h.ie opened a J'O'OTKV
on tlio road IcudiiiK from Main to 1 lnril ut.
near the Methodut Church, Blootnsmirg, Lulum
bia county, where they intend to manufacture
watccflhe best material; the latest and most up.
proved patterns and rini.hed in the vtr best man
iicr;surh as Pots of ullJdeheiiptniiH; Di.herof u
ery variety and Jugs of all si.e -; and a variety of
other articles too numerous to mention; in fact all
kinds and every variety which muv be wanted by
any who may favor them with a call. A supply
kept constantly on hand wlm.li will bn sold by
wholesale or retail a little cheapei than the cheap
estforcaihor country produce. Also dry Pine
Wood tslten in eichango for work if delivered at
IJIepjiixb-irg Scptcmb-r &, lB-lu -u
CI. C. HAULER
OUI.D respectfully inform his fdemis and
the public generally, that he hns jiHt re
ceived -and oi cued on the corner of Main and Kast
streets in Uioomslmrg, tlio largest, best and cheap
est assortment of
Readv Madh Clotiiixo,
evpr ofl'ered m this neighborhood, which ho will
scU from 10 In "0 per runt, cheaper than ihe cheap
est. Ilisotock is gut and .elected with great care,
made of the best and noil f.ishiuna' Ic matcriali-
and in tlio most workunnlike lutninor and btyle
embraeing orcry grade, color and prico which will
suit cither the tasic or economy nt purchaser. I
Tweed sack frock A dresi coats romf3 00 to fj 00
Summer mid crvtuii cluth fo " 8? to 1 7A
Linen and ginfliiim do 1 S& to " 00
thick and French cawbnere l'anl :i 7r to -l 7f
Sattinn dit 1 7f to 3 SS
Drilling and gumhnon do ti'i to " 6(1
Satin and silk veil " 60 to 3
waimdown and Marsale vests 1 fiO to " 50
Itosidcs n good assortment of Blocks, Cravats,
Handkerchief. Collars, Shirts; JJc allnfwliiih
the public are invited to call and examine for theri
Kelve.s belore purchasing elsewlicro il lliey wish to
get n good bargain and well suited.
July 11, ISHli lu
OF r.ew and beautiful imtterns, jutt received nt
the New &'tic.
L B RUPERT.
ENOCH HOW IS IX.
RCSPCCTFULLY, informs the julilicthat he
Has Itemovcd his Shop to Espylawn
hero he will nlwnva la ri.iK. n. Iir.r.trn... ...
make any kind of clothing, at tho shortest notice
anu tn llie nest anu mu.,i laaliiouahle style. Prom
his long uxperience in the bu.inekH, ho tlatter
himtitlf that he shall continue to give general sat
isfaction and thereby hope, to ri teive a share ofthe
(Tj''.ulicumr attention paid tocutliiig.
All kinds of crfuntry niuduce taken in rwiviiiimi
Espylown, May I), 1 H lit
F various ahes and ofthe best of Glass, just
received at the Arcade.
ALBIUGH V MENGEL,
Traverse Juror for Novemhet Term,
Bloom Jesse Shuiinon Benjuniin Ilageti-
Briarcreek Ilneb MeHridn
Catiawissa Joseph UaytiutBt
uentre win liutchinfou
Derry James Johnson
Fiihingcreck Clias W Fottner
Franklin R II Swazcv Jus tib 7ccr!.
John Low Joseph Jeiicr
Hemlock Andrew Emmons
Jae.liEon John Millenry
uimesione Joseph Fultun John S Follnie
Lihotty Junuihan Fulmer Jonathan Kmli.
el fobert Walker
Madison Jeffe lUrber
.iaiiooingIJ N Kownovrr .1 Cornelisnn
Uaviil Kishel, Hunry SauJera 'I'liuniat
lUonlour Eli MerntenhMI
Mount Pleaiani Wni J Iklor
Maine Jarob Fisher
Mifllm Samuel Ciessv
Roaritidcreek Vm Miller T,cwis Johnsoi
fiuintmaf John Lewis Androw llces Win
v auey win Curry
Cabinet Ware House.1
flMlIU sutMcriha would respectfully infotmthe
I liiiblic, that hu lias taken the nil in lately oc
cupied by .S'amurl Lilly, near tho upper end of
liloouitburg, where hu U carrying on tlio
ii all Its various bruiii'hcn, and whero ho will be
uppy o wait upon all those who may favor hliu
.villi their custom. His Furniture Is wiiranted to
io made of good mateiial and duruble, and he In
lendjkeepiug on hand
Siilcbuuiils, Secretaries, Jhircaus,
ll'artrolcs. Curd Tabid, Dining
'J'abfcs: JJrcakfast Tables,
Cupbotn ds, Mauds, ff 'ast
) ugh tro ugis ,
ind all kinds of work in his Hue, which he Wl scl
upon as rujsonablu terms as they can ho purchased
lu the county.
lly .met attention to business ho hopes to re
ceivo asliaro ol public patronage.
April 25, 18 15. ly I
OKU IMlOOrSf iTho Cry is still They
Come,!' livery in.iil brings tidings of their
lUTiks. 1 roin LhsI to Ihn ri'Miolest Wet Irnm
Canada on the North, lo Mexico and the West ln
Jie. on theSnuih-arc all unautmniK in their praise.
Of a medicine .o utmoruilly known and Cbtcemed
Wiuuin'.i Indian Vjjrltable Pills,
it is hnrdlv iiecegsurv tn incak in detail. At no
period of its history has ilie nniulation of that med
icine slood Inciter, and wo may say that uo repu
tation in liltclv to be mom enduring. Adapted to
all constitution., to eveiy form of disease, and to
all climates. WuchtV Indian Vegetable Pills are,
jli.ivn HVerv oilier medicine, liltul lor tho use of
man under whatever circumstances he may bo pla
ced. At sea or on land, at home or abroad, in sum-
mer'i. heat and winter's cold, with ti common re.
aid to Ihe cuiiditimiH of hualth; and with Wright'.
Indian Yccctable Pills at hand, there is no excu.c
fur being ick, unless the constitution ho utterly ii-
la our object is to .tate where the genuine med
icine can bo ubtained, rather than to give it an ox
tended notice which our liiniu forbid we .hall
merely subjoin one oi two of tho numerous testi
monials that havuju.l come to hand. Hundreds
ofthe samu kind might be added but wc are sure
the public will save us tho trouble of arranging
(Uxtractof n letter fiom Hernando, Mississippi.)
To W. Wright Your Pills have given univci.j
.ah stisfaction, and are justly very popular. I cm.
tll from 30 to -10 dozen unuujlly il 1 could te sup-PhVd-
l ours, UH. IIMIIT johxsox, Agent. '
It ought hcie 'o he remarked that tho medicine
lias been but recently introduced into .Mississippi.
(Ilxtract of a letter fiom Jersey Shore, I'enn-)
The Indian Vegetable Pills excel every thing ol
ihe kind ever nlVard to the public in this .cciiutioi
Ihe. country, iiolwilhslanding thoeonilnued Hint ol
mine lew unpruiiiplcd nierceuariea to put them
S, WiN'CHKH Ml K 6o.v,
Tho following liitjlily rnspeclablc stntc-
kr.eperB Ii.ivb been ip,iintcil :i(;eiitb for tin
snle of Wrigln'h Indian Vegetable Pills i r
Columbia Count) ;
II. V. ll..l.l - n.uivir.c
Sicilieii Haltly Oatiawissa
Cyrus B irtou Epy town
Brown it Creasy Mifllinville
Abroliiiii) Miller Berwick
G. II. Fowler Uriarrreek
W ur 6Vivahhovaii Or.nijjevillu
(Jeoiiifi M asli'm Milvillu
Levi Ueiscl Jerbcytwou
Lt'ternit Son. Columbia Exi-hange
Robert MeCav. v ahliihtonnllu
Gmitfje Weaver Illiio-riKburji
Liylil Street lion Co Libt Sitrcl
Low &l Ttioiiip-oii Lime Rulu
II. C. Fieau - llrurerecl;
lillss We rtinan Robar.burjj
K- P. Welliver Greenwtnnl
10 iSi.l. Liz iruts Oratmevilh)
Iliigli MoW r.luins .Moorsibiirtj
The popularity of WRIGHT'S INDIAN VIXi'
K'I' lil.K PILLS has proved a stioug bait to un
principled then who;intligttnl by the hope of gain;
tempt to palm oil a spurious article, on the unsus
pecting. To defeat the wicked deigns of such men
we have- procuied new label,, and the WRITTEN
SIGNATURE OF WM. WRIGHT WILL NO 11
BI3 POl'ND ON Trli: TOP LAUF.L OF
llACH !IOX. Nunc other is genuine, and to
counterfeit this ii forgery.
temeniucr, me oniy original arm genuine
DIAN VWGllTAHI.'li PILLS have tho WA'IT.
I US SICiWTUKl'; OF WM WA'IGIIT unthe
top label of each box .
Ollices devoted exclusively to llie Re ol Wright .
Indian Vegetable Pills wholesale and retail. KiO
A'jcc street Philadelphia; 2'JS Greenwich stiect,
New Y.)rk and 100 Trennnit street, Hoston,
September, 1 U 1 Pi'J "l) .
House and Xiot For Sale
1 1 r
HUbscrilicr oll'cru for sale his
situated in the flourishing village of Lighistrcet, in
lllunin town.lnp. It is a good .iluation lor a J ai.'or,
being in the immediate vicinity of several luina-
es. Ihe propeity will bo soul on reasonable
terms; It, H' UU I HUKKT
Lighistrcet, September 1028
S hereby given In the. subscribers of Slock to Ihe
Catluwitna It ridge Company, hul a Second
and Third Instalment ot live dollais each, is re
quired lobe paid In tlie i rca6urer en or before, the
Htot August ami 1st "i iepieuitier respectively
tiy uruer ot llie noaru,
D, CLARIC, Treasurer,
July 1, 1840
LIME RIDGE FERRY.
The uleiiber informs the public that ltavlnc
procured a new fiat, tit tho above Perry, he will bo
ready at all times to take across the river from one
to it six horse team, nl v.O cents lot one. Iiu kc,
10 cents for four hotsrs ari' liment 2fi centba lo.id
The Ferry is directly opposite tho new .1ethodist
, Jjhr.e Ridge, Aug. 201640,
BOOTS AND SHOES
CHEAPER THAN FA Kit.
rmiHR HUbscrilicr very respecifully informs Ihe
14 publieflinl hehas oil hand mid is eul. slant
IvManufacluriiiL'. HOOTS and &IIOHS
ofall kinds which ho will sell at the following low
Morocco or Calf Skin Moots $1
Cou.'se foots 3
Coarse or Fine Shoes 1
Miner's Shoet S2 to 'Z
Morocco or Ca f Skin .ace Hoots
Thick S)e Ft each Tics
Pumps Springs or French
Other kinds of Slippers 75 coifs lo
N. II. The above ate all ol.my own .Mainuaciuri'
ind are wrrntcd to stand. 1 havu alo on hand.
a large stock of
Eastern made moots anu Shoes
which I will sell at small mollis.
Country .Merchants and others who buy by llie
dozen, aie invited to call and examine my goous,
as I will sell to such ct a large reduction.
(Xj-Remeniber the place at the iA IV IIUUJ
ana situv; sivai, lower enu in .)iaiu-sireei
Jul 4 1840
its counsE is OMrjiw.
(O great has been the demand fur Foiger'a
) Olosaonian or All Healing llalsam, and u bus
given such general satisfaction to those who have
used it and become acquainted with its virtues that
it now stand pre-eminent as a remedy in Direascs
it the I, ungs, and ihe testimony which has been
giien by different person, who have been cured by
t is altogether voluntary hi their pint. They have
viveu it in the hope that all wliomnv Imd tliemelies
in ntedof thii. remedy may applv lui it without de
lav. Read the following letter recdved fiom the Rev
Mr Shitneall, Pastor of St Jude'. Utuscopal Fiee
Church. Mr S. has lint only used '.he inulicine
himself hut has witnessed its ell'eets in several veiy
Irvine cases of disease. Tho letter will show his
opiuiiui of its virtues,
Dear .Sir: Relieving it tn bo but an net of com
mon humanity to those suffeiing under the various
disease of Coughs, Colds, IIoarsene.3, Consump-
.ion. Annum, Ac. to point tbem to n sale, speedv
and radical remedy, 1 take pleasure in heating my
testimony to your invaluable rnedicineealled Olosa
onian or All Healing llalsam. Of its efficacy I
can speik first from my own experience. Ileing
subject from exposure more or I. ss tn the vu issi-
iudes ot our cilinaie to irequeiit auachs oi llillueii
ta. Hoarseness, Ac., I have always, found itlo ull'oul
iluiO!.t instantaneous, and always by perueveiunoe
an its use, etlectuil libel, lo a particular fuend
of mine sulli'ring severely uniVr Asthma, and who
had dcspaiicd ol obtaining rehet from any human
source, upon mv leeoniniendstiou was induced to
ic the Olosaonian a trial and he pronounced the
effect produced upon himii perfect ehaiin all'ording
him immediate ami almost instantaneous rebel, In
another instance I recommended it to a female
friend far adv anecd in Consumptior. Alter the ute
of the first bottle her cough was entirely removed
and her appetite and strength restored to sjch a
degree as to asioinsn an win) saw ner- u itn t
lonir cherished ai.d lirmly cstabli'ihed prejudice a
gainst the thousand and one specifics put forth in
these days as sovereign panacea, for all disease, I
assure von that nothing bhort of my linn conviction
of the claims ot your medicine to an origin so re
i pectablc, and to the effects of it as herein certified:
both by my own experience ami onsi rvaiion, I
could not have been induced thus to come forward
as a witness in it. behalf. 1 have tho honor to be,
sir, re.peclfullv yours, R. C: SHIMLALL.
Have you a Cough,
which is troublesome and has not yielded to any
of the icmedles winch you have utedl Is it at
tended with pain ii the side, shortness of breath,
Do you Jiuisc Blood
when vou cough and find your strength gradually
failing I You will find that these symptoms if not
property attended tn will terminate in consumption
and erath. Are you troubled with that distressing
which deprives you of your rest at night and ren.
dcrs life burthcn.ome.
Here is the Remedy.
Remember the name nnd place where it is to be
obtained and do not bo put oft' with any other. It
has produced a cure in aadcsperale cares as your,
may appear to be, and doubtless will put to flieht
in a speedy manner those distressing symptoms
which fill your mind with gloomy foreboding, of
I lie lulurc.
lis Healing Properties
do not deceive. Tho short dry cough is nuicklv
overcome and ca.y and healthy expectoration Inken
its place. Spilling of blood is immediately check
ed. N iglit sweats Willi pain in tlio stile anil chest,
debility and difficulty of breatiing yield in a short
time. A.tma Willi all Us iiroauiul accompaniments
is at once relieved, houchilts and in factall the
d.cases ofthe throat uud I lings give way before
this remedy when all other means have failed.
Pc'sons may attempt lo deceive you with minis
other remedy, pronouncir.g it to lie equally as good
but romember life is at stauc, tticreloie
Be not Deceived,
Thoahove mcdicilin fur sale by the following
U. P. Lulz, li'nomsliurg. W. L, Waller t Or,
erwick; 11' ccJ, Liiarus, Oiaugeville ; Levi)),
srl, Jersesctown ; Derr il McUflde, lute Hall ; .4;
IJaldy, Caltawissa, ein3
OUR MOTTO, NOT TO BEOUTDONE
nLACl.1IITHlN KSTAljniSlIMliJi I
Ity .iiiitce A: Silvorfliorn.
THE undorsiitiied Iiuviiil' inken tlio sho
formerly occupied by Marshal Stiver thorn
most respuutfully I tun ruin the public that
they inieiiil lo carry on the above brnncli of
butimuhs ii ml w ill al all iiitirts bo ready lo do
work :i little better and cheaper I It an any
oilier establishment in the pla.ie, .anil the)
hope by strict attention to bti.ine.s in men
large portion ol the public patronage
All kinds of country produce mktn ii
oiulianio for work & the ready not refused
ISAM! SAN I KK,
BJonmsburi! Feb, IM.J81G II
THE business will bo eontiniied by tin
subscriber t the old standi wlicro mnj
be had nl all times-.
TOMB-STONES, 11EJ1R Til
JAMES, MANTLES. PJllNT
STONES, MULLENS. &c.
or any oilier work in his lino. He is
ilso prepared to furinm WINDOW CAPS
mid SILLS, DOOli SILLS ami STEPS
&e either of Ma. bio, Liinu or any kind ol
stone that can be procured in tins vicinity
ft j Ha vini; had ton.iilerable experience
in tlie litisiiicss, ne ph-doe u work it
oe executei! in as iiaiblsiituc a .llo as inn
he furnished tnm miv vnrd either in il.
city or countre; and on as reasonable n tn
EIM1UAIM AKMS'I HONG
Bloomsbuig, Nov. U, 184U. ly MS
VA.XDE IS fis'K'E.
ECS leave to inform the public, tlm
!'e is prepared to aiienil to all the. oper
"lions in dentistry, sunli as reuinvinu
The Tartar and oilier Foreign Sub
1' mm the lectin rendering llicm cloan, am
the p ii in.' and breath sweet and healthy
The cavities nf Decayed Teeth
Will be dressed out and filled with Gold
or other foil; of the finest quality, as the
ease may require, w Irish will generally
prevent ihetr aehini; or further decay, ami
render lliein useful fur years; and in main
cases during lifi
Teeth and Stumps of Teeth
Which have become tieeles? oi troulilesom
win tic cxtractcti in tne most careiui man
uer, with the luteal and best improved in
Ofthe benl qtialily and lalest improvement
will ho inserted on pivot, or (in eonueciioii
Willi Dr. Vailcrcliamp, wild whom he is in
paternship in plate work) on Gold plaie
from a .single lonth to a whole set, (o loot
as well h the natural, and warranted
answer nil me useiiu anu ornamental pur
poscH proposed by tlie art.
In bhort,every operation belonging lo tin
profession, will hi pefortnetl in the bet
manner, with choiscsi material, and at ib
shortest notice' Ho therefore hopes, b
strict attention to business, to obiaiu v ehaie
of public patronage. Any person or pei
sons wishing any oi me above operations,
performed, ate respoelfully requested to
give hi in a call.
N. B- The public are herebv II, former
that we tne sunscrineis nave entered into a
special Partneibhip relalino only to plat!
work ab il is more convenient lor each lo
attend lo the otln r branches of ihe scicuc-
on Ins own account.
A. VALLEKOH AMP.
J. II. VANDERSLICE.
Mount Pleasant, Nov 8lli. 1810 3m
Tllfi Public aro hereby rspccttldly informed
that we havu lately entered into Copartnership in
the abovo business at the llrick Simp, formerly oc-
cupiru uy .vioscs ijiiiinian, on .viuiii-strect, below
the new f lore, where we intend to cany on the
abovo named business in all ila branches. We
pledge ourselves that work done at this .hop shall
Pu cxecuteu in as ne.ii ami workmanlike tnannci.
and on as reasonable terms, as can be duno at any
other shop in this place, We then fore hope by
strict attention to business, to merit and receive o
due proportion of public patronage,
N, 11. SHOE ISO done at the re
duced price of One Dollar. Small
profits and quick return our motto.
Centre of G-ravity.
A NEW TAILORINGS-
THII subscribers respectfully inl'nrm the citi
zens of lllooni.burg and vicinity, that they have lu-
ea'id themselves in I horntou . New llnn. in
Main, two doors below the Vortier of Main and;
Marhel Uriels, in DlimmsPuig, wnerc tbey will al
ways be found on hand, ready to accommodate
those who may favor them with a call. Their
woik will be donein the lale.t and niott approved
sly le for neiilneFs and elegance in the business.
From thrii long experience in the business, thev
tlattri themselves that their work will bo done as
neat as can be ilonc elsewhere, All woik intrusted
in their caie warranted to lit.
DIITTINO lnnc tlie slimiest notice and
warranted to fit if properly made up.
ELLIS & VAN BUSKIRK.
May 2, 184B-2tf
N D.POUNTRY PRODUCP,, at tho maike
price, will be taken ii exohauge fur work
IJ8T received at the NKW STORE
L B RUPERT
CANCERS, WARTS, iun:i3( A,
THK subscriber informs lha public, ,wl,
lotocuio all kinds of (!,.,......; "
Wart, and Corns will, verv In 7. .",.. r".
sho.ttime. He refer, to several esVe' ;, ,'0 ''' '
7enslu his neighuoihood. m.. L i.C.Cljl' "
William Kile and other,, that ha, lf7u " il
in several instance, and is not huinl,un!.
too ficcptcnlly the cuso mnniig quack, I
raajscertaiu cure in any case he under'takon,
Utj-Watls, kc. on cattle and oilier ani,.,.i
also cured by the subscriber who e.ide. u "
Pleassnt township ,, tho main ro, , . , , r"'"
Millvllle to llloomKburir. alm.it 1 1 o' 't;,,M,,8.rr'''
riek .Miller's Ti i...... ' ted
- .. ill.
re pcrbun.arc invited tj
Mnv 30, 101(5-
LAD1EE BON NCI'S, UE) Ui
"Idciidld assortnieiit of La!ilta , .
Xia. 'lean Uiess.Artil cial Flowers llu.i , V '
very cheap.a. the I.igl.Steet "'JS
. B. KNAIIII a.i..
liVilS Of !!!;..:...
it the be.t quality, just received hv '
Tin & heei,
mSOSS" mi.5S3ISs m Kt is.
VK subjcribcr respecifully informs tu.
mat lie lias opened u .hop, on Man,
ly oppo.ito Clay ton. Tavern, m U0(.
where he ends eartyi,,,,,),, , e , b0 T
in all its various brantbes busim.,,,
, TIN IfVIRD,
ofevery description, will be kept on h-..,,! r
at WIKJLKSALL' or HETaJ, " 'J"d rr
Manufactured into ay frm t(.(11Jlrt.(I
STOVE PIPES, '
Reir.g determined lo do business , ,,e riL,.,
way, he rcoest, .1 i ..! i . "1r'l
.,;..i,... . I i " "l'u" nun pel
111 liis line
'"rename eisewiieie, as lie will r,nl, P
u. cheap as they can l0 r,urt
llie eo,,tu ' ' I'U'si.a.u
September 20, 181.') ly"2
SO-MAKE WAY FOrThk""
Till', subscribers take this method of ii,flm.
irig Iheir friends and th0 public ,.!,, tBn(
that they are now opening lb,, second s u : i ! v ' i
S)ring Goods, to which they would moil resneu.
lullv invite tho attention of those win are in ,.i,t
ot New and Cheap Goods, cunaieliug in j.ui t ui
Cloths, Cassi meres, Satlinctsc- I'cbtti.g
f '.merienn, French and L'nglui, Fabrics.
Coaling and Pantaloons Stuffs,
a vcy .uperior uiticlo of Tweed Cloths and I an
rncrcs, Angola Casjimeics. Dilhngs, Gambuoiii
Ac. 'ic Cotton 7'antaloon Stull. ut eveiy vuin.ii
d ofihe most d.iaira'jlu styles.
PRINTS ! PRINTS ! !
comprising ever)' variety of ttilu and prn.es ho
fir to 25 cents.
New style nf French Lawns, a splendid article rd
new sty Ic Moulane do lane and summer ( 'utliimru
ilnongst which may be found u handsome artii !e o
llcruges, Pickllic; Mouslanu und 'i liila.1 aluv. Is
Uarrcd, striped and plain Jaconets and Cambria
.Muslins, Luce, Muslins, book, mull and pui-i
.Muslir, Uisliuji Lawn, curtain Muslin, &c.
Brown and Bleached Muslins from
Oi to 12t cents per yard, bleached and un
bleached Tubfe Diaper, cotton O.umbury, oVc.
Together witlt a full assortment of
Groceries, Spices, Iardtvaae and Cut
Im'U Queenware. Drugs, Buuts
and in fact every article usually kept in Country
T ciublie generally are invited to call and ex
amine their .luck before purchasing tUciiheic.
Thankful for past favors, they flatter lliemschef
by .triet atteiiimn lo business lo merit the pairon
ago of u generous public,
A. B. KNABB &, Co,
All kinds of Lumber, Grain and
Produce taken in Lxcliaugo fol
MTails and Spikes.
Gj&Fta KRGS of Nails hiiiI Spikcsjust rcccirod
,33??j) and for sulu at tho New .Strir.) of
L. H. RUPERT,
For November Term, A, I). 1810.
Bloom John Owen 'oter Mencli
Hriarcreek Lewis Fa tig John T. Datia
Centre Cyrus Grilling
Catu wissa Jacob Yelter Jeromiali Fincfi
Derry James McDowell James lucezo
Limesione Joseph Rank
Liberty Ruben Siminginn
Mifllin Joseph Kirkendftll, saac )nt4
John Brown jr.
Madison John Eisner
Montour Eli Barton
Mahoning John 8 Wilson G M Shoop
Maine Henry Miller
Orange George Vance, jr.
Roaringereek John Yeager, Leonard Ad
ams Sugailoaf John Kilejr,
allcj Samuel Mniiuon
LlLANKS ! ! BLANKS ! !
FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE.
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