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From ihcN.O, Dcllu Jan.?.
FROM TH 13 A l( M Y OF OOCUPA TION. Oapt. Drown, of the sthr RibiTt Mil's, was infirmrd by Capi. Todd, of the U. S Arnit, iluu Sanw Anna, jl llio head (if 15, 000 troops, was on bis way mid uiihin four days of Saltillu anil tint Cctirral Wnuh unable lo maintain hit, ginund ugsmist such overwhelming numbers, was slowly fallinc lu.ck in llio direction of Monterey; anil Ihat Gen. Tayloi, in anticipation of mi at tark on that t'iiy, was fotlifving it at every uesailablo point, t was also Hlaletl ilia CJ en Patterson, who was on bis march liom Cimargo lo Tnnipien, bring made a wate of Ibo slato of affairs, bad counter" marched llio division under his roiniiiaiid, and was rapidly advancing, by forced marches, fur Monterey. From Me. Fowler, :i gentleman nf this city, who came passengpi in iho steam-Jirnp-llui Virginia, and who left Saltilln on the 17th till., we hove subicrjueiiily learned that pipviouo to bis leaving, Oen. Wnrth'p hpies had tome into ramp and reported tlia Santa Anna was within three or four days' inarch of S.illilln, and rapidly adtancing, at the head of about 15,000 men. CJeu, Worth immediately sent an express in i.en. I aytor, which reached linn at Victoria at 1 1 o'clock, 1 M , on the 17ih :iud Ml three o'clock, A. M., the next day. Gut'. Taj lor desp,itclied two icgiuicniF, th Kentucky and Tcnnesjeu volunteers, to re inforce Gen. Wonh at S iltillo, intendii g lu follow himself, as soon as possible, with all his disposable forcoi Gen. Taj lot fell con fidcnl of his being ablo to arrive at Siliillu befoic Santa Anna could reach there. J ho wholo force of Gon Taylor would then nmnunt lo about 10,000 men, whicl ie considered euflir.icni to cope with atij foico that Santa Anna could bring ngainst him Tod,iy we shall be in receipt nf our cor lOfepotidonce by ihe Virginia, w5nr.li vessel licit not i'oiiio up to llio city at a lalo hour last night, when we shall be enabled lo lay before our rmders the full details. The Lull Humors from the Army No despatches have been lecrived at Wash ington by the War Oaicu from Gcni'ialc Taylor or Worth, by thu I ,st airiva! from the Kin Grande, in reference lo tlio undilu ted attack of Santa Jl nn i upon G'in Worth. ' It would appear, hnsvuver I'rmn the f blow ing extract of a letter Iroin Gen. .Irsiip lie attaches veiy little consequence to ihcsii reporte: Extract of a letter from Gun, Jesup to the Q'laitci inasirr's Department dtml lii!.7. is SanJaoi, live 23 1810. lWn have a repnit thai Santa Anna is ad vancing on Gen. Worth, and that hp is fall ing back but 1 do not credit it Santa una would hardly follow Gen. Worth wiih G'eu Wool on In fluik. 1 considet the uiory as mere gossip. A subsequent letter was received from Gen. .Jesup on the day afler, viz; on the UGth nil. which is perfectly silent about theso rumors, Three days hitler accounts f.om Maiamn rjo, confirms iho above report of the ad vanes of Gen. Santa Anna upon Saltillo, with a lirgo force, eslimarcd al from 15 lo 30,000. Gen. Taylor was rapidly coneen (rating his force at Saltillo to meet him, and it was believed that a baltlo would take place aboiu the 25ih of December, .tfl though but little (cats were entertained of the icstilt, yet the next arrival from lit o teat of war is looked for with iniense inleic6l, Specif fur the Tus. Office. i-c. Our readers will be lemindeil by Ihe follow ing extract, being the lSih section ol Ihe Sub Treasury dc', that on and eftei Ihe 1st ol January, lSd7, notliiiifi but specie will bo received on account ol dues acciuins lo tho United Stales: all foreign ami light coins will he taken only ot their true, and not at their na tional value. The section ,c '"i low?: JteUftKthcr enacted, That on the first day of Jumary, in tho year one thousand eifeht luimlrud and forty v rnr r.ll iliiiins. taxes, sa e ' , uoii Kims money accruing or btcomlnu ilue to the United Slate?, and also all sums due loi postages, or o lierwise to (he General Post Offico Department, shall bu paid in gold and silver coin only, or in Irtetm ry notes issued under llio sumotiiy ol the Uniied S'alej. Tho last of the different companies of ihe volunteers composing llio 2d Hegimenl, led Pittsburg on Sunday last, Itesolulions of thanks to Gen. Taylor and llio officers and men in tho U. S. army in Mer.ico volunteers ns well as regular? wrc adontcd in the IIouso on Friday by vote !ls!crn .XomiiUitinn. They have no if cited nominating roiiiniilte8 In the wM. Oahdldiilrs nominate ihcniscluc Wit noa the follow ini ''o the fivvph of Jli knnsiis am a can lldaie fin (.',,. t;rf-i.,.. )u should elect Mir, n untild oniy b f r n -ri il of about ix nti l;s. I on hiiurt in bich to do elth- r much grind or lisim. All ihat 1 could xpi'ci to do vun I'J be lo tiiciiil to any pri vi.t lnipu.es you might have, and to nn prrts upon my whig bretheren in Conurfbs the neceiiily nf doing something generallj for Arkntnus, and the northern purium of n mi pailicnUr, to tlin recent c litest bclwoon Cob Ashlov and C!ov Yell, lor a seal in he United Siaica Senile. 1 took no part. As a legislator, I c.il my vote for ibat talented, consistent and tiiitlinching whig, Col A. Fowler a vote that I now am, and ever shall be proud of. 1 have been a citi zen of Nonh AiKbiiBrfJ npuanli uf twentj ears. An to my politics. ' Jim Sprigg tnre met a fellow on a raea rouiso with n wolf in his arms. Says Sprijs, 'wbert lid you gel thai wollf' 'Oo the plains ol I'lppecanoo,' was the reply. 'Then you must be for llmisou.' 'Yes, sir-rtfl, woi.r and all.' 'Thorn's my sentiments, In oncliision, should you elect me, will br yratoful; if you don't, 1 havs llio consolation to know you Icavo mo i i no worse fix than you found nil). Your friend and fi'lnv ci oxen, C. F. M. N la.su. Lilile Hock, Nov. 20, 1840. COLDS, COUGHS h CONSUUP T10NS. 'right's Indian fcgetub.c I'll s are most deliuhiltil medicine fir cai rying olf a cold, because they txpel from ihe system all meruit! am; corrupt humors (ihe eaiiPCh of every Hind of diseases,' in so easy and natural a inanmr, dial the uod is relieved of nil its sulTrfringa as ifhy ni!ic Four or five of said Indian Vi'fi'tnble 1Mb taken etery night on going lo bed, will in t. sh .ri tune remote the mott obstinate cold at the same lime the digestive organs will be rreiorrd to a heuMiv tone, and the blood so compleirly punfi' d, that iull imniion ol ihe lungs, consuinpnnn, or any oilier forth f otiiearH will tie absolutely luipos ,mW ir.WAHK or ioi n i r.iifi'.iTS. i no I'tiiuir nrr autioiird nRiiiiiht llio many fiiininus mriliri which il". nidcr to deceixe am called l iiuiuch tim ilr.r lo Unglil rf li.clnin tuu nMv rills' The otilii onvrimri anil Pennine India)) rc'c!ulilc J'ilh have the xignatife Win fl'risht written with a pra an the top abel of Each liox. To counterfeit 'as i-i lorucrii and all others iwiitd In hit nncd as poison lllllces devoted exclusively to the pale otWri'xil Iitd-iiil Yegrtable I'lla wholesale nml rcluil, I CO Uac-e M' eel I liil.ueljiui; 'S8 drcriiuirli btree Mew l ork; anil t'JS I reiitunl EUict, Doston, Agent I'nr liliiiiii-.iii s. Cteorgj eaiec, fur oth or b'enm teo advcrtiscuicuU in amilhur coluiun MAIIUFl) On IWSlth by. I II. Ike 'er I2n . M. IlonritT lioniNs lo Miss Lr rv McMiciiAr.i, all of (ire en wood. On Jantiarv Mb at Caii:iwiH by Jo seph Hrobst A'sn., Mr. David Hit' ofl.y eoniini.' cnuntv. to Miss Sll.A linnr.oi f Frnnklin township (ji'iumioa cimuiiv. To be sold at Venduo by the subscriber on Snturdtnj Ihe DOA day of January next on the premises niuiaie in Hloom towns nip 6'nhimbia County. about one milt Irnni tin town of lllooinsbnri,' on the (real road load in from llioonisburn lo Onnvuln nnd immcdialely in the lion repiui of Columbia Count! a certain lot nf ground contain- I acres strict measure wherein is erected n loi house and log stable a well nf water ni he donr and a vnnriy of fruit iree,Si'e lo ennunence at 10 o clock A. and teims uadu known IDDIN'GS HAHKLRY ArtipfT Rxecuinr nlGrnriie Lion dec. nii'umsburs, December, 5 I81G. SALT ! SALT ! iiCi Il.irrela of ihe firsi qualiiv of LAKE SALT J''" .;...l,.r-Bel w HLI1 LL w iilbM , t ( r January 8 The M)b8eiinr wishes lo engngp 40-000 fr01 of 0ali ','i,,ll,'1 t tl 0 UlCllKH. 1,000 l,,enp0 1 8'3, SO QG'O W of Iloaids anil n nt 'P'-n my of other Lumber. .n, Marugtr II. II. It. 1- Co. January 8 . LIST OF LETTERS Hamming in the Post Office IMoomsburg R. II. Andrews i'rler Reifsnvtlcr David Abram Andrew Eininans Robe r'. Easton Jaromo Konklo Joseph Heifsnydcr Win. Prior Copt. Thomas J. It MOYElt, P, Mi WATCH AiND CLOCK MAKEU n-rs USI'tl i; I 1' U lil I lllinriin mi' - mm. zcns CJlnibi.i rounty, and ihe I ublic crtiernlly. that he has located nim-elf m EilooiIlifjUl';,'', where he U prepared t.i do all ItiniJs ot vvotu in ins unr hi the ncaicst and brst eyle having had sul (1 ci en ' experience in the bumiifhs and having prociircil n goon aesonrnrni oi hip duo i ENGLISH & FHENCII MATKIMI.S lintels himself that he only needs a T.'IIIl TRL'IL in order to secure the custom. Hi has on hand a ceneral affonmiiiit ol Spec tides and Gla.ssc to suit nil Vso silver reucils, I hunUles, Ueyes, Ouardsi est, Fob and Guard Chains. Ml of which will be sold at the most reason able prices anil warranted lo bu what the) arc sold for. CLOCKS AND WATCHES, of every descripiion ;irni repaired ana il urrantcd And especially persons win lo well to call who ham fine Winches such is Lepines, Duplex Escapements, Anchor & llher Levers, Hene.aters. fcc,, ns they will lirt carefilly repiired and warranted to por- lorm well. N. B. The oohlen ruin in our business is CJtSH. .iiid in older to junlily our pncif die will be required. Shop on Mant-strcet. below Market, ncarh) opposite George Ifcavcrs's Store. December Vi, 1810lv.U CHEAP I CUEAF .' CUE A I' I TI13NRY ZUPP1NGER. CLOCK WATCH M KEFv, 7 USI'i'CTl'Ul.l.Y informs (he public thai halias licatid binifclf in lie lnuk room I homat I'abilor's oilier, onlhncasthidn.it Marke!, ahovo Main-btrect, llluouibluirg, ud i, prepared to llepair all hinds nf Clocks and Ifalches, in the heit manner and on the must reasonable lerins. NEIVJIXD SECOND 1LQND WATCHES kept coustnnlly on hnnd lor sale. December I,, 1810 3 lly The suberi'irr li ivinff brrn rncicrd unai ihirl! years in iIip AleriMiitilu iHHiness wishes lo tciire and Fettle up hh concerns mil t,'ive younger hands an operruniiv " ual;iri!i innney, nfl'era his I'HtJl'LHTV IN HI.OOM TOWNSIIII', pon-i-tinc o STOHE, MILL, FAHMS, FU.'NACI old oilier property this piopnrly is situated on big I' ishiniiaeelt three miles Irom th cinal and sunn distance from lili'timtdiurj: ho now Seal nf Justice it is a yond loraiion for any public buitipss. Ai lias four pair. if ione.s, Willi ihe necessary lioits and oii.rr matters. Furnace calculated lo make .'tf Pons Pia Iron per week i soiled lo use either Char Coal or Slone Conl lias been in successful operation for thu past two years. Iron ore plenty in 1 1. o neignunr- bond and wood lands wilhlu a low miles of iho Furnace Or would sell ono half the Interest in the properly to a person competent and uilhnt' to lakrt ao active hnnd in ihe mannaemeiM Vddiess lo Lif-htstrcet I'ost Ofli-e ( obiuibia onniy p i. al Mcdowell. D in.iibrr a, 1810. Tho Danviilo Democrat, Miners Jmiriial I'onlsvillp. Democtat art' Ars'if. Ration, and ellerson Domocrat, Ueadintr, willu'ivn thr above five iii3tTtin and forward iluir bills for pnyuieni to M McDowell, Ligbt-Sircei or to tins nflici. 2 SSonsos and. tS kots STET1 Ml HE subsriihrr offers for sain his pro ertvkiliuted on .Malu-itrcet, llloombhuiti CHonkins' uilditimi) a few dour abovo Dame Snjder-'. The two lots adj iiu Upon ono thme is a two etory nnd a I'miiio Mable, and upon olher n Kin ill Frame House. th ufil.u will lie sold togrllirr or srp pon "Pl"'".nv,nn opvitlMir I) , IV l IV " '1 llUnnsburg, Novenilnr 28 fl-tf A HOUSE AND 3 TO .VN LOIS TO II SJII.E. The subscriber oilers for sale his low ...,Mr. si.naie on Main k'teei iinnuni i,nr . rtlopLida o(!(ljtit)n) Theie ato ihiee ,v n nis, ol ut) leei irooi " .."j.'.-h ,.,MI ItniNII .ion,, nnn IR a V IS.il M I. Il"""" " I . i II ... ........ .i jr llift i.. i,i,i a mill wen u. un-i, -. donr. The wholo will be sold lou'eiber irpaiaicly to suit pnrcbaierf; upon roasona nl,i,fr,n8 JOSE1M1BUOWN llloonimsb nrij, December 5, 1810. CLOCKS 1 CLOCKS I tttiIMSS eight day and twonty, four hour Oloc'ii rtruio to SXfTr iust toceived ntlhn Aicade ALUUIGUT 5- MENliEL OU 10 Fresh Arrival. III! Duliccrihcrr. bavo junt rcocivcil and nrr now opciilng a Kpleniliil nstuttincnt of which thry ow ptq.arrd to tell a little CIIHAPnil than tlioC'JlKAi'K&T U.M, McKEI.VY Dec. in. A Co. CAHI'ENTEUS' TOOLS. A largo nnoitiiicnt of Iho lil kind of Larpc'i. ter '1'dolx jiul received Hnd will be kept con aumly on hand ut the Arcade. AlilllJIGll T M M ISSSu r.l(. Oct 10 N071CE. O 115 friends no doulit nic nwnrn that wo requiiu money lo cairy on our buincss, wc llu refine take this tncthuil ol inlonimig thcin that no arc now engaged in ranking ti balanren on hooks. Wo expect all thoi-c knowing themselves unleMrd to us on NO'l'i', 110M) or HOOK AO COUNT, of more Ihon ono year's standing, will call between this and the fin-t of l'chruaiy next and nettle the saniu without any harder tall: tram us. W.M. MtKil.VY Oo. ce. 10. NOTICE IS IlEUEJi V Gl Vi'N, TO ull legatcee, errdilors ni d other pe sons in tertctcd in Ihe eslatis ol Ibo respective dcrc dt iils nnd minora, that the tultt inUtration oni guar- lion uccounts ol the fni.l etudes Iimno been filed Ihe ofiki! of the Urgilcr of thu county of Co lumbia, and will bo prcBcntcd lor ronfirniation and nllowntire to thu (Jrphauls Court, to be held IJnaMllo; in and for tue county ufuresaij, on Wi'dnesdoy the SOtli day of January, next, at S clock, i'.M. 1 The account of Samuel Creasy, AdmlnUtra tor ol ihe estate of Henry reas y, hue of .Milllin townnhip, deccasrd. 1 he account of John eairr, Adnimutralor i'thc estate oflbrnhaui IJcaler, lato ol Fishing- reel; towm-lnp, deceased, :i I he account ol 1 homas .Mcndcnhall, l'.xcc- u tor of ho last will and testament of John Smith lalo of Sugarlouf township, deceased. CIIAHUSS UOMNEK, Ilcgislcr. Regisfei Ollice, ? Ddtmlle, Dec. 18, 1810.$ VICTORY ! VICTORY nun mi nun Jim nunjim THAT a lint and a riiinpuV there has been y Miirc thr tirrmil llbe celebrah d UoatMer- chanl, bringing tho largest diiJ clival et caigo, hi senbon of liicb ivcrcdcpohilrd at L. I) ItUl'ETTS NEf STOny. Iain-triet. J'lirv arc now tcllinc nt ucb u apid ta!o in conieiiueiico of their low pricrn. that fear.-, aie cntertninid that ono half tho people ill not Ret their winter s fciipplv out ol tins chca: ocl:. A I! thofe, then, who want sond cheap cood- loubl call ininicdmlely and pupplv thems' Ive with iroiilelotlis, fclatlinciu, Co-iinrrra. Over- 'oat cloth, Pftinsi or of nnv ilcpcription of cloth for .lcn'swear I'rinla ot any deteripliou nnd price, l'ahnct'iirs. t'n-linierr, Moudelaincs. I.tic- fhanil l leiieli .M, nnoes, Alnaccas, nml falins I'okcry. (tushinrrcs or Illnnkct "nhawh, l'cek' t Han Ikclchiefti, .laikonct nnd Siii.a lldi'iii" mil luseriion, Glove.: Stoekinrjs, in fact any thinr? tUc that limy bo wanted, You cannot nk ainin. GuocniuF. s-n.inim'JiiiE jixd CMOCKEIIV IfJIllE. "unl yon may alo hnvr your pick out of nn cxlcn- ive nsrtment ol .Mi I.I ItUSHllilX SHOES mil HATS mid CAPS'. rail honn or yon will will be to late to liny Ihe liniet nnd best good? in town. Aov. S3 1IAVU JUST IIKCIWVKD AX ADDITIONAL siiprr.v of ninth from rf3 cents tn ?i fitliiielts from 7 lo b7j cents ' nf.uiirtrs from 87 cci.t.1 to 52,25 as-iniercs. Latins i: Silks Velvet Vcblincs fiom 15 cenis to J5 at-hiiucre-i dcbiins tV.A11'iiuun mlliiif from C5 toCi 1 splendid asortuienlof prints from ! lo Id cents I'lids fi lyni-pys of several kind IlI'Mched 'V unbleached muslins from G to 1 1 cts ticntleinaiis & ladies cravats gloves ,Vc. $c In short a full assortment ofdry good ALSO, 1 splendid assortment of CJueensware& Hardware HOOTS AND snono. Mens cnuri-c brogan shoes 91 cents Mens cnlf shoes good Sl.Sfi Mens rnarso boots $ (!". Men lino haots (mm ? 2,05 to ?2,S7j Irneerios of ihe best nuahty ilolasscs from il 0 lo 00 cent per gallon SniT.il- Onfl'eo and so forth. rhev resnecliulv invito tho attention oi mo pun- lir lo an evanunniinn ni inn goous. . -. f .,. i- Eapeytown. November S8 J. IS. BARTOtf & CO. ESPEC'ITI'LLY invito tlia attention of the nublie. to tho ' - m MRTtAVT1 which they have now opuncd in the lower part of Jlooinsbun, I hCblocK lias ueeu e.ireiuuv seieci ei! ncl it is belipved that tho rale at which tnc goods arc sold will gtvo Keiierai wuiMaeiinn. thev intend BBLL1NO entiicly l't) CASH, it ivlti hi. nnnecesary lo charge high nrohl In n I'urethemiebcs fiom loss which always attends the credit system. 1 heir mock conisis oi a genera issortmcnt oi HARDWARE, f?UEENSVARE, lvy (nootls, iJrocci'it'H, fcc. They have Mohs es frnuiijl 1-1 tn I I cents per gallon. Coffee fiinn In 10 cents per pound. LcnfSiign f.nin 12 1-2 10 11 cent per pound l'cppei ri fi'nt per pound, Calicoeslrom ; in 1ft cent per yam, Musslin from . lo ) do Stltinetts from 25 to 75 do Corpets from .l to flO do with n splendid assortment of Moulin da lain", Mpncras, Uala (Jloin, occ txe. ni tnu auv pur"' donate low pricef, November 14 !J0 HTfinUiAS, tho linn; Jonvpii Il.AsTltot. V V President of tho Courts of Oyer nnd Ter iiiuierund General Jull Delivery, l.'ouit of tjnarlcr .Sfions of the Pence, and ('ourt of Common Plraec and Orphan' Couil; in llu Eight Judicial Dintiirt: coinpcrtd of the Counllrn Northuinher Innd ('olumliia nnd Iiicnininir nnd lb; Han. SM uti.Oak and Stltiikn Dili r, Ki)'r Iwucinti uilgcs in l;uluinbia countv have Hailed llictr pre- cept braiinr'dntc the 1:0th dnv of Novetubei in tin yenr of our Lord one tboumnd rlbt hundred and forty six and to me directed for holding Jl Coiut of Oyer and 'Terminer: and Oen- era .nil unlivery, (jtncrul (Jttnricrcs zion of the Pence, Common Thus und Orphan's Court, IN DANVILLE in the County of Columbia on the third iVondav of January next being the 18th day nnd to continue, two week: Notice is therefore herebv eivrnlo tho Coroner the Justice of thePuace and Constables ol thohniil countv of Columbia (hat Ihcv bo then and theie in their proper pemona nt 10 o'clock in iho fore noon of said day xUU ihcir records inouiutisr.. nnd oilier renienibrnncca to do those thing which to their ofuccrk appertain to br done. And thorc that aic bound iy ieensni7.ancrs lo profccuto a-rainsl the priimncm ihat am or may bu in the Jail ot x.-i county of Columbia; nrc lo bo thci nnd there to prosecute ncairibt them as i-ball ba lust. Juror are relucted to bo punvtunl in their ulicnjjiice agreeably to their notices. Dalrd at Danville tho 23d diy of Denicember in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-MX nnd in the lOtli year ol tho Indepcu dence of tho United .S'talcs of Amcricn, 15EN7 HAYMAN, Sh'tT. "WE ARE NOT PUFFEI1S.' ITniTIIEI! nro we eolng to talk about 'War between the Uni'cd States nnd Mexico;' nor ol elliinjgnodi 10 per cent, lclowcity prices Neither r.ro we going to string together in our ml verii-cmcnts every thing we have for sale, from n needle tn nn anchor," but jnnrk what vto say va o arc going to Keep as nice a variety of Goods, 'it bolh quality nnd price, as tliosr .vboninkc more noise to the papers than wo do. We have pur idia.-ed nr goods as chenn ns it is possible lo buy ilip'n nnd we will srll ihem as cheap, if our friends mil gne us a cad at our recently erected bv B. IP IUOfJS, directly onno site the new Court House, nnd next door south of Deoblcr's Hotel, we will show them nn ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF GOODS irlcrtcl e-prrssy for their nccommoilalion. niong tho articles of DRY GOODS we have 1 rrnch and AmcTiean Cl.OTIIS. (.'as. -niucros, -allinotts, cst'mg, ,Vc &e. Pnr .ho Ladies we hnve Cnhuicrcs, MonsJln lo lain. Cashmere liobes. Cl inking, Prints of Hv cry sljleand price fioin l tn 'JR cents per yard, shau Is, (ilnvcs. Ac. Ac. in fact every variety i)f merchandize tmially kept in country ttorcs,beside some things a little different. Also 7als nnd Lops of every description. As for our GROCERIES. call and examine them for yiitirpKcn,anil you will find them excellent and very cheap. They hive also nn assortment of QUEENS AND II 1JD WARE. And tho best of MACKEREL ami Irish Salmon of a superior quality. Allot which will be dis posed of i.i exchango for Cash nr Country Pro .luce. sloan t mlnuz;niiall. Uloouis urg. Nov: 7, IS 1G LATEFT A AT) CHEAPEST. GEOEGE WE.i'ER, IS JUST OrENINO II IS Fall and Winter Gfoo&s rrhascrs will !ip! ficoh and aplrudiu -uiuacnt ol I) y Goods, Grociict. Quren Hurdiuure . & xfunoarc, 1 1 ills, C.pi. Hoots nnd Shne.t, eye. PonsUthiR in iiart of Cloths, plain anil fancy Cas- niercs. Urcem liiasgnw mm iemm iiv ieii sattinclts nml estings,alpacca and paramaiis etotlii- I'rench Cashmero and cashmerells, tnputlin dc labia and mints of trio iniiht fashionable htyle,cadi meres inodo ihibct. MDL. Daiiili and wool shawls. iVe- I'n all ihem wii-lunc fashionable nnd cheai imi.iU ihe bctt niu'ortunitv now offers. Call earlx while tho aorlment is iiui ior tun nucei m nur jains. LIS I' OF LAMTflRS llemuining in tin- Post Office at Cuttu wina for the Quarter tuding Ueccnv ber III. 1810. Harnitiiier Will Hell .'Abraham Drunk John Uri.b,tC Jl. Cunning1 am George a Deenei .tfmos Davii-.'zriah K-lit i diaries 2 Rnper riinmaa I Slu Ihaill .lullll Sehnd. (Jharles Kliil'ine T V. Siniih Snmiiel 'Phnniai-i,(ihpccaS Votitlii John Wiids wurili E7. Waipis .'armi W.ners Georiru n.t.DV. I. M. KriHhur Gideon Miller .Jdam 1U, R. ttl.UE STONE CHINA WARE. N Sett or separate pia:e jmt received and for nile at the Arr ALBRIOH T & MENGEL. 0 10 CirAHI.ES H. BT'CKALEW Atlorncj' nf t.nrr, IBIL(DXDSESIEII71I',o &&o Office South iidt. of Main-si. ltow Market rryuii.L ATTKN'n cnimrf? iivr PHK COUNTIKS OF COLUM1J1A ND I.UZUHNB. tHAKI,ES HAULER, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, AND Cfir-i-VVEYAIVCErc, IH.OOWSHUUG, COL CO.. Olllcc, cornor of East end Mnin-ttreets. GEORGE G. WALLER, Altorsicy ni Law. Ul.CO.MSHtItO, Coi.DMniA CoUNTV, PA. Office on Market a few door above Main. oireei - QiL ;loomsduug, pfl. W3J. . HAWKINS, M. D C'Isysician atul Surgeon, VS"'VIrs;niocfl(ed himself In loorr,l,utR, ter .0 ders bis professional n'ni,. in ,l. ,.i.ii llo may bo consulted at all ijn,t nl 1,U tflicn ,t Docblcr Hotel. August SO, 18-lfi 18 fpTUE OLD STANDJ3) night Side Up I Win. cKSGLVS' &i CO. fNFOltM tho public Ihat th-y nre still doinr bufmes-: at the OLD HTAAD, in tho 'Night Huy, and having iur.t received nnd one of thu largest and most cxtunsivo assortment Ol over brought into tins neighborhood, nre dclcrniiin fininuo uoing liusiness in the Same old Itighl Hay,' that ihey inny keep up with tho limes, ami sell, n usual, as lowoa (hoy con be pur chased elsewhere in tho county. Among their DRY GOODS may be found Almtslin do Utines. Coburrr Cloths, new style of Cloaking, bgyptinn Velvets, CaMcoes fromit to 2 cents per yanl Cnssimeris from J37 H -2 lo Is)Q Cents per uard. C LOTUS from 75 Cents to SGur yd. u wtll as nil olher kinds of cloths foi ladies' and Gentlemen's wear from a Cap for -.h0 head to a stocking for the fuot, nt the same reduced low mi. CCS. ' They bavo nl o an unsualty large assortment of GROCERIES, HA RDVAUE,f?UELrsa, WARE, CEDARVVAKE, und a general assortment of all kinds of DOOTS AND SHOES. tor LaJies and Gentlemen. Also, a larro lot - Glutted unci ISriitii:i(MCI Bivv mul otlmr Irou, citable for almst m,y UF0 n tj1(. counrv All of wbii htliey will CAcliange for Cns'h. Comv try Produce ur Lumber upon such terms as that all who Uadu with Ihoni will be satisfied Jjesuta, an J CALL AT THE OLD STAND. November 14 FANCY AND WIXDSOR Chair BSanufactory, NEW IVEjVrn Q-Jl NEW FWlUrj) Look well to your interests Before you purchase and if Vnil war, grind bargain, just call the shop ol I100N cfe DARTON n Main street noarly opposite C. Kahlers nince, uheru you can find ihem rpadv f ill limes to furnish Fancy and i '"r chairs, sctteca, Hnston Ittirkinr fJI" .uy . utnil iuI.m.i. ...... ho rail. ,ur. wiry win dnvrtvB ii'ivc nn nan) nciil (if all kimle which a a gnnil ossnrtfs hv u ill sell at me lowest price popeible for ,Hth or ( x" i-lmngfl for lumber or country pioduee. From their .W experience in businrsa and a doierniinaihiii to do work which cannot be eurpabsed in ihe oonniy. they auk fur a sham of public patronage. 7'hcy wi'i so HicecutQ Iluusc, Sign, and ornamental Paint" ing and House Papering I ... -. ml upon rtasonablo it rins. HUIJN ,t BARYOrL. lllonmfburg Oct. 14, 184fi. 20iy CARPETING new supjily of elegant carpeting jiiK recttv ed ut ihe new torc. L. 11. RUPEHT. Aug. 1 TWO APPRETLii VoibeCARPENTERINO ItLM.v pc q me wanted immediately. Two mtive IhiIr Klit 17 years old will rpceivo good oncour luemein upon (ipplicaiinn to HIARLES KRAMM. ntnr.m'hiifff Nnvpnibrr 14 OARPE I INC. l"bo snhcrlbers have on hand snrneiplendn) In, s;rairs and 'onerta Carpeting which they will tt very low, SLOAN (SiTOMPSON of 00 to 0.