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Columbia Democrat. LEVI L. TA I K DI l'i H. 13 1 o o 111 o bur !i SATURDAY MOltN.. JAN. , 18-19. l s a i. The PIant we. inhabit lias performed one morn nvoliiiion round tin! Sun, and wo tire again, ns it were, taking a now siart at the beginning of a new year. 'I he days of the prophets are past, and tl eirt sons no longer inherit tho earth. Wc are canto quenlly, left to conjecture, as to the slate of affairs on our globe when the year upon which we have tiow entered shall have clo sed. Wo have j.ist passed through an eventful year. The eyes of men are gradually opening. They arc beginning to feel and to know, lint, naturally, they are not ihe slave and i' 2i fs of pettv tyrants. The Pi:ori.t have arisen in their might'and scattered to the four winds, the doctrine of "divine right." Lookinv to our own glorious Republic, see ing us Vippy and free, independent and flourishing, contemplating the beauty, har mony, tin A solidity of our institutions ; the world waA amazed at beholding the spleii lidlv estic uprising of the model repub '' g on in union and strength j ruled, and directed by the "divine ria lit" tcoplo. The beacons of liberty .it fired, their names have ascended cry American mountain top, and arks, wafted by the free winds of en across tho Atlantic, have set tire il Europe. .'hose revolutions have astounded the jrld thrones and crowns havo become ylhinps in the hands of the people .gs and Cabinet ministers have expatria themselves, and the long cherished tiions of such mm as Metternich, w ho ve for a long time led Europe by the .w ; have been proved to be erroneous. V"k -if;o;'Uii niaii in the infinitude of his iiadnin, could have predicted what has Occurred during the progress of the last jcar ! ; Hut there is no use in going from home to Hud examples of strange occurrences jind astonishing events Although the Mex ican war lias closed, and we can no longer l ie!; for splendid victories and magnificent :.c!iievcui';;i'.s still, the events to which that war hvi given birth, and which are -radutdlv ch-vt loping ilicinsclvcs.are no lo iacreuibltf anl unexampled. Our acqui. fitiot's in tli',' tii.uth-wcst, will, of them selves incite to adventure ; but when we take into coiisit'v ration the fact, that the rneiuus ineials are fo tj'jimdat'.t, it is im possible to tell where the rpirit of emigra tion and enterprise may not carry us. The revolutions and convulsions of the last j ear, no ma Hi r how disastrous niiy be their immediate consequences, inuM, in the end, bo beneficial to man and to the world. Their blessings can only be csii Mated by lime. The human race have du ring the last year, advanced a century, compared with the p;ist. If nothing more were done than the awakening of ihe peo ple, inueh good nius' have been eventually i.ecoiiiplishrd ; hut in the present state of r-fiYire, no one can tell what will be ihe (lid, or where. The doctrine of persecu tion and coercion must bo abandoned hv all who would i.ic, and the time is l ist coming, when, instead of directing, the ruler must be directed. At tuch a moment, nothing can be more pLaMiig than the contemplation of the fact that the principle which is actuating the wo.ld; and under which the down-trodden nations of Europe are acting, is one of the cardinal doctrines of the Democratic parly, to wit: "that man is capable of self government" This is the ground work r.f Democracy, the world acknowledge and r.ct upon its truth when this truth is known then the sword will lus it power, for Tbcre is a weapon a'ircr set, And heller t i i .i it tin' S,iv..ii I. j A weapon thiil i-.iiii. s (!...vii as t ill A Mill A" flakes l.iit "(I'm Oil' Suit j J -nd 'Xi tes a ticoin.iu's will n luhtonitu does 'he will ol Cod. Ami Irani its power, in lorce nor locks 'an sine'.d tiiiin 'lis thu biliul box. Editor ok the Fiu;e Soil Pater, at , has sold out, ami is going to Calitnrnia, I greatly the fren mil of a California hem. The EMctiioti in France. Ltmls Jl'.ipolcon cttcltd President, We arc at length in possession of intel ligence of the Presidential Election in France, which took place on the 1 0 til of December. The information was convey ed to our shores on Sunday last, by the Steamer belonging to the Cunurd line the Furopa which sailed on the lUih tilt., from England. The contest was mainly between (Jen. Cavaignac, M. l.ainartiue and Louis Napoleon, and resulted in the triumphant (lection of young Napoleon Bonaparte. Prince Louis, a full nephew to old Na poleon Bonnparte.is now placed in the ex ecutive c hair, or on the executive throne, whichever it may be? Ihe latter, perhaps, as we suppose, the President is to live in quasi-royal state, judging from tho liberal ity extravagance, we think of the con stitutional appointments allowed a fur nished palace, and a salary of six hundred thousand franks per annum, ($1 10,000,) which is loo much, by sixty thousand dol lars. To what results his elevation to the Chair of State will tend, and to what events it portends, time and experience alone must determine. Having recently returned front exile, and been elected to the General As sembly, Louis Napoleon, issued an address to the people of France, in which, like all oilier ollicc seekers he said many nice things and made many fair promises lay. ing down a rule of action, and framing a platform on which ho would administer the affairs of government. Should he make the platform his profession de foi his public rule of conduct, then all may go on well. In that plutform he declared him self a republican, and avowed his determi nation to maintain and to strengthen the re publican institutions of France, and to con sult, first, last, and always, the glory and I the happiness of his country. This is well; but coming from one who has been for many years, and until within a few months, a pretender to the throne of France, and whose pretensions are in our opinion as good or better thin those of either of the two oilier pretenders the Duke of Bordeaux and the Count of Paris -we can hardly be expected to yield our belief, with trusiing faith, to all the fine words and fine promises to be found in the plutform, until time and acts aiid facts shall show that he that makes them is disposed to carry on and to carry out, honestly, all that he has promised so liberally. Vive la llepitblique Franeaise ! France -Election of Louis .VrtjJo It on. Pams, Thursday, to p. M l-'p I" this dale, tranquility ruhlii ucs. Loiii, Napulemi lias bren cli r:ed President. The i lccliini letin us show a uii'jnriiy in favor nf I'rinn: Louis similar in pro pinliiiii In thm.? already ain.i in crd. Prince Jni is proposes to r.iiie Oneial I'avaijjnac to tin rank of Mnislml i f Kraneo. A partial amnesty U sti!! apeken of as likely to he presented In llie l,'li;oii"ei', eillicrhy Gen. Civ.iiKiiae.or lh(! Minis ry ol I'rinrt; Loui. i i, ninleisluoii that it will not include thu prisoner. ol V inriMiiies. '1 he intention of proiiiolini; llie elerlion of M I'luldUie to tin; Pnid1-i..y of the Chamber H re vived, and will probably bi; cariit d into i lli ct, Mar-hil f'lic.i ml ii ade Ins hrt appearance in '.he Chamber lo-dm, and vv.is received in ihe Salle 4e Pas)ordin by M. Tinei and M. Mole. A uoe.il uiiiiiln i' of no n.ln n of the mblv have lo-ilay kit Iheir cudaai (he hotel ol I'lince Lou la. Die Proclamation nf the President will proba bly be made about the yoili in-t . A well inform ed Paris paper ays, 90 far us we can j'id&e from lilt ilKuu.pltle reliiiio, that arrive In o hum the IJepartrnents.the sul!i.ii;es were divided in ihe lul lowini; portions: Louin Napoleon lid percent; Cavaijjnac 21 per cent.; Leilm Iti in ti pel cent.; K.i.pail 'I per cent ; 1. iiniirtine H pi r 1 cut. It is calculated that the commi-i ioncis who have been ipp' in' d to exanime ihe vox. w ili have condu '!! Iln'ir laluus on Mond.iy nel, and liiat the N 1ii011.1l Asctiibly will, on Weclnei-day, piocl.iim llie 1'ie-idflit of Ihe l!eiiiliiic ; we shall liien, 11 . hoped, In 1 really assured of a period of tun polity and repn, :. Postscript France. The litest i.ertH lioiu France coiitir-n Louis Napoleon's iricn a-mu pupiil.11 ily , uml Civairiac'a downhill. Tneieiunn from I tie Piovimvs are even moi.' decisive, as we anli.-ipa!i'd, than the sniliaKea of I he l ai i-ians. In Paris the .M,ule maj'inly of ihe Piince over all Ci mpetili.n was ni aily 2J .0 10, and in Ihe lianlieii sulairhs he la l 1 m:.jorily of V0,V3'i. and ;,u absolule n.ajoritv ol tC.ll I votes out of iheaoJUO votes polled f,,r all the Candida. At Bordeaux 1 J.OUO voted for Pimcc Louis, wl.U.-t only OuOO vted for Con. Cavain ic. Judijiri!; from ull ihe reporti which h ivs reach ed 111., the Prince will have an itrmetisc tnrj ritv. The Cavaignac voles l.ave tnosily been Tmuied !iy government inlluence. Already lists of the new- ministry are circulated, mme of which place Marnhdl (Judinot among the ministeis. Letters from Paris, of Saturday evening, dej. cribe the state of that city ai alarming in the highest ilece. Military preparation art beinj; made in every quarter. The polite force throughout Ih city j In been doubled mi account ol uin serious dis- Iiirli.inee and rioting thai had taken place. Louis Nipolcon'sfiicndllietatul iri;aiii7.'l li suppiess any outbrakei in CK.e of his election. j 1'.... it: ..0...:.. 1 1 .......u.l iliafaiii'i. 1 TV, uvii. w nao(;ai iin.-i uiiiliiij ics'iicm m v daiehip for lh Prtaidenry. M. Laui.irtine't liieuda vveru Diakhi( great ex eitiom toaecur hi eUclion. On Saturday evenii.j; all Paria looked like one electoral meet in(;. , The UoiiapaitisN were accused of an intention to assassinate (1Y1. Cavait;iiac, M. Tboie.oiie of thoac persons who (led with Louis Plane and Cauvsidiere, bad arrived in Par is, on the eve of tho elect iun. Letters received in Paris, on Saturday, Imm Ihe provinces, state that Louis Napoleon's elec tion would be the signal fur a great monarchical rising. ' A large body of the National Guard have been unlered under anus lor Sunday. The iroopt, liaide Mobile, ttc, would be con fined to Iheir barracka on Sunday, Ihe day of Ihe cleclioii. Letter from Marseilles announce that the ex pedition intended for Civila Vccchi had returned In an anchorage, but the troops had not yet been disembarked. Notwithstanding all the excitement regarding the Presidency, funds had risen. Thu live pei I cents, on Saturday closed al (i'Jf. to I0o. Letleis liuiii Paris, of Tuesday morning, ay ihal Ihe election for President of the Republic had deiiniiely closed all over Fiance, and enough was known to secure Louis Napoleon a larger vote (ban was expected by his most sanguine friends, he receiving a considerable more than a majority ol voles over all the other candidates. Accounts from the ilillerenl departments an nounce that the election was everywhere conduc ted on calm and dignified principles Still Later from France. Letters from Paris, dated Tuesday evening, substantiate tthe previous accounts received, and slate that Louis 'apoleou's election engrosses all the attention of I It people. General Cavaignb was burnt in eflTiJiy amidst a largo concourse of people assembled at the Place du Throne. ' . M'russia. There were alarming riots al Mcmel on thelt!i ins!. The town was completely in Ihe hands ol the populace for four of five hours, during which lime great excesses were committed. The King of Prussia, wearied with factions op. position, has dissolved the Parliament and pro mulgated the new constitution, in which all the liberties conceded his juhjects in March last ....n...i...i ...Ci i:r....: are confirnied, with si) CV tnodificaliotu ns the slule of t rf monarchy item to re.juire. ThUe are to he t;jk chambcia Yvr-"rh amber, con- sisting nl lsif terriher? ye lower chamlJ . 7- '1 1 spars, am th '..i..... ...1... three years of siiminonic wilh the Ki snlhage. Prince 1 1 s General C France. ajj I Marshal peaud made his first appearance in the dumb 1 the 13th, and was received in the Salle-d .,was-diis by M. Thins and M. miIc. A great nut 1 r of members of the Assembly on llie same daj , left iheir card at his hotel. Prince Louis Bonaparte's proclamation of Pres ident was to be issued about the 201 b Dec. PRUSSIA. At Memel.nn Ihe dill Dercmbei, Ihe most alarming riots took place. 0 n the aib the entire town was in posses-ion of ihe populaiv lor four hours, during which lime great excesses were committed. AUSTU1A. The military executions far polit ical oll'i'iices slill continue. The cholera ing tearfully al Prcsiniig. rag- IKI'.LAM). All is iraiupiil. Lord Clarendon was formally received on his ri lum lo the Vice Uegal Lodo. The usu,,l ait.iressi of conliileiice was voled to him, coupled wild recomiiiedaiioim lor a removal ofgrievances under which Ihe roun try labors. His I'.xcellencj's icply is lemp emte, and disclaims any design on the pa t ol the Gov ernment tu exclude Catholics from juries. ITALY. The revolution in Koine has lenni nated hy the flight of the Pope, the head of the Unman Catholic Church. One of the inu-t pi, p. ular princes that ever ascended the papal thump is now an exile and wandeicr. The Pope, jt appe.ii-, iiner me. sienrs 1.1-, oesenneo. reinaincfl I tluee ipiaiier decrees e isl sixteen perches and a prisoner in his p ilace, protected Iroin personal Iwu tenths to a stmie, thence north lilty-niae de violence by Ihe l-'iench Ambassador. trees ra-l Ivvenly-even perches and six tenths to The Pope, in fleeing trom Rome. t(,k reluceat ! Naples, am was under llie protection ol the Kiin;. 1 .1 . His Holiness rilu-ed lu go t,, I-raiice, and ha signed a protest dicl.inng all the late acts void. AUS TRI A. I Ins Fmpeior has ahdi.aied in favor ol Ins nephew. The new Mno-irv, hv 0, Presidant, published an adihess continuing tne policy ol the new F.mperor, in which he pledges to maintain the liberty ol the eounti v. Pain 1.1 tiir Sipk ami Krkast, Hr.ArAcii. Ac Wniihl's Indian Vegelahle Pille ale 1 1111 cine 101 ever uc-criiriou 01 nains ; h.cau.i Ihey pu.L'e Iroin the body those morhid which 'ieiMr' " "' '! aoove ni-a-jrei a , e ! coniplainints hut ,. eVM,y ma,.,dy .ncidint , man. f rem hree t s,x ol said Indian Vag. table ! ,h lake., at,, .ght on going lo ld. vv.ll , . , short tone give reliel, even , the most ,...,. j sullering , aim per-eveiance, aci-ordiog In d,r. eel inns, will certainly restore the body to a sound state of health. I Wright's Indian Vef-taie Tills ;.!so aid and 1 improve digestion, and therefore give heath and ! vigor t,i Ihe w hole frame, s we as drive pain or I disease of every description from llie body The genuine tor sale by Iluyhurtl nm'l Jln'h, rpoomurg . It. P. Iial(!y, Danvi!!.. ; Stephen I t(ainy,,,iua'.issa,ai:oiiv acetiis m ail parts of ,t. slate. A','"tits Who-e supplies becoP'p cxliansle will receive?nevv lot m, writiri;ln l'r. IVright, principal nbice . .t',!l Har e Street pna,ii.!ihi'a. AD.MI.MSTU.VJOIi'S XOTIL'ir F.stute of Abraham Kline Jiobbins,decl. I ETTER- of Admiriistratinn having this day j been granted lo Ihe undersigned, residing in r'ishingcreek township, upon ilt. above estate, all those indebted tosaiil eshre, are requested to make payment and riedilor lotnake theirdemands known, to tho undersigned, w ithout deUv GKORRE LAUBACH, j.'m'r. Pre. ISth, W 6k .TlarliCl lriCCM I'lHTCll!. cliRKECTKD WEEKLY l'OK TltK DEMOCRAT. Uiuuin-'buiif, I'hUudtljihia. flour, per barrel, $j 00 $0 !M Wheal, " bu.hcl, I 00 1 10 live, " " 0 ai 0 HI Coin, " " 0 -10 0 05 Oats, " " i) 30 0 '7 Buckwheat, 0 40 0 .'nj KgKS, " dozen, 0 10 0 It Holler, " po ind, U Iti II Is I Xoril) Orniul) (Canal. do. lkc roii's Chck, tirrwKk,btc. I, IStS. J C01.. Tau:- Dear Sir, the fullowing chowa the collections of Canal Tolls at this ollicn, since No reuibut HOtli, 147. Ainounl per last Hepnrt, gSS.S.ill Oli " uiuiilh ending Nov. 30, 2,i t tiO W hole a ml. Ii r i sr, ending Nov, 3i)lh,'-H, ' $MOI.ns M J. S. CAMPliKLL, Collector ' "r-r- r--. LIST OF OAL'XF.S. . , , t ri, ,1 ,4 For Fnut ut January Jcrm,.l. 1). 1819. 1 Jereimali P Kincher vs peter Mowrer 2 Jotiii Conner vs Nathan Siely 3 timothy Alliens r.s. vs I hoinas r itch tt al 4 Lewis II Nliiis vs Aurahain Lines 5 VV Holliii.in et al vs Charles KalWus ti Itiinli.iin It Geai heart vs John S Dye 7 LcGraid Uaucrolt vs PuscitU Poke ij LeGranil B.incroll vs K.eluel Crossby U '.Vlicelo. k Coitiy vs Kalpli K Carpenter llj Simon P Kase vsGotneti lieeln 11 Allen Caniabam vsChailes (.dark U Henry Sinilll vs Peler Lnlhaidi ta Jolin Chrulopbel vs Ji sepb Jones et al 14 Samuel G liaihaw.iy jr vs A W llausel 15 William A Autun vs J.icoii Good lli Geoige W Milchel vs Tliolnas Kilch 17 I srael Machaiiiur vsjohn file Williams 13 V A Dawsou el al vs Uriah 'I' Dawson ct al I'J John P Grove et al vs W illiam Donaldson 20 John Kremer el al vs James Hyde Jenkins 21 John Cooper vs Gilbert fowler 22 Henry Mailman vs Noah S Pientis 23 Win K Albright et al vs lienij ill K Haj hurst 21 Christian Ktiukle vs John Conner 2"i Be nj unin Komboy vs Itichaid Harris 2b Kooert Monlgomery el al v s Daniel Wagner 27 Jacob Ki'eigh vs Thomas uiitioy 2s) (ieorgi; Zmler vs lieorge Keller. WOlICli TO VUKUNTEEKS. Paymstkr's OrricK, V. S. ,ymstkr's OrricK, V. S. A.,) No. '.17, George Street, Philadelphia, Dec. 7ih, Is lS. ) CLAIMANTS lor Ihe three months' extra tiav yj due tu Volunteers liotu New Jersey and hdsteru Pennsylvania, are invited tu present their claims al this ollice. The heirs of deceased Ollicers and Si Idiers are informed that they ale enliiled to the pay n Ihe following order; lirjf, the widows aecniid,lhe children lliirdltt karcnb fi uilh, Ihe khroh. ers and sis j,'iTt'ca)nieiit ran be made loAd mirij . "alurs. ileiiship must he ilions of two credible and ST. CLAIR DF.NNY, Paymasler, U. S. A. -2t. "''at Public vendue, "'tis, at his dwelliin; .sliip.Columbia foiiiuy, on of January next, atu.ni ten acres ol Limestone Lands in which is contained large quantities o Lime stone easy of access and well calculated, when converted inln liitic either I'm plaMci ii g or to be used 011 laud as a manure, Ihe piopeity is well situated Inr time liurniie: Iiiikiiii'ss, and any quan tity can lie sold as the demand l"i lime as a ma nure is great. The above lot of land will be cut into one. acre lots, and will he sold to suit pur chasers. QCj-Terms made known on dnv of sale hv. SaMI'IIL FRY. Monionr township, Dec. 21, l.is .'Its Daniel Painter, vs, JJimid I'uhnir, Hi- rum Palmer, Oliver J'ulmer, Thrmlorr 'aimer, Richard Palmer, and labcccu j Palmer. )Y viruie of a mandate is-nerl out of the court ot Common Pleas of Columbia county, at llic suit ol Daun t rainier deinaniianl ;,u; insl 1 he above nameddelendanls I w ill expose to pub lic Sale at tin' court House in ploomshonr, on Monday the Kith day of January next at I o' clock P. M. all that curiam Plantation and Tract ot land situate in H'mntn Inwnship, county aforesaid, Itciiiunoii! al a white oak stump i,n the b.nikol the Susquehanna Kivei . Thence by land In loi einL' to ihe heiis ol' ,l"Mah MiClure ih cens ed imit h tliit ty -mil' degress west one bund. 1 1 ... ' .1... 1 1. ... .1... n . . red 11 cms in i imii iii-.ii 1 r 1.111H o ii' 1 ci 11- , ' 1 . 1 , 1 1 ,, . I ... I. -miLi ( mot . Irene e antic t . x:itui. ni.r li Inr. 1 . , 1 I, , 1 i ')'"" -." ' "'" """ ' '" -I" " noilh llnrlv-five and one half denies east lillv 1... il,.,,- h i,.,i, a stone 111 a line o linn lieloncmg lo lliailes I ..Or. I IhOiCC tlV same soinh Ihirtv one ami ' ball depress ea-l one bundled and thirtv-f,,ur nOrCie- IIIOI M'.eil M-IMIl- ,i tl Ml, III- ,11 I III! I II K '" , ., , ,, ,, ,. . ! of 1 ie Snsonehann.i Uivir, Ihence soulhsixly-one , , ',. 1 .1 .. , , Hid one b ill depress west t Ii 1 r V live perches and four lenlbssoiith sixty-one and three quarter tie-giei-s wesi forty perches sonih li'iy-nine and one halt deuress west thirty-one perches and live tenths soiilb filly-five degress west eleven perches .rid eigli I jntlri south lilty-nine and three fourth depress west tweuly five perches and five tenths to the nlace of Itecinnini.', conlaiiioiu one hun dred and lour acres not one hundred and fill v perches ot I mil slnet measure, with the appur tnaiices. ()l the aliove desci ilu-il I ract of Lund ' a'.ool nineiy-five acres ,s cleared, in a g I stale 1, en livalion aim won nn exec eft meadow There are two dwelling Houses, a Ham, Waggon j house and other out buildings, nr. apple orchard I the nremivs It is si.na.ed on the North I ir..h ol Ibe Sns(p,hanr,. ,he Pennsylvania (, ,1 p,i,-. through a purl ion ot the tract. It is well worth the attention of any person who may want a good farm. 'Terms of payment w ill be made kuo vn on liny r f sab. And to he sold as Ihe estate of the parties above named, lo wit: the plaintot and d.-f.-nooiils. lil-.N.t. H YIAN, SiYff, P'ner'drs nfTice. Rloorn-burp, li,.,.nrt,l.- 01. 1,U. A DMIXISTRATOIt'S NO'I'IC I : . F.slac nf Sumuel Devenport deed. "VOI'llT. i herliv given that letters of Admin- istralion on tlieesta'e of Samuel IVvenpurt, dec'd late of Or nige tow nship. Col. Co., have been gianled hy Ibe Register of said counlv to the un dersigned, re-iding in Orange low.iship all per sons indebted In the estate are requested to make pay merit, and those having claims against said estate will present them propuly authenticated tor settlement. F. lAZARl'S. ,.l"nr. Vie. .22, -tits'. LA1GATI31T. WHHUHS, ihe llou. Joslfh U Anthony Piesiilentol the Courts ol Uver utid Terms 1 inei and Genur.il Jail Delivery, Court ol Quurte- Sessions ol the Peace, ami Couit ol Common Plea, uml Orphans Com l, in llie i'.ighl Judicial Dis trict, Cc'.'.pon d of the couutiea Noiihuiuberlalid Colninliia and Lyioinmc ; and the lion. Samcil Uam.Il and Sir.Hiu.M bLoif, b)siS., Associate Judei in Columbia cuuuly, have issued Iheir pre cept, bearing J.ite the 'J-lih ilay ol Nov., in Ihe year olour Lord one Ihou.aiid eight bundled and loily-ei;lil,and to 1 Iiieclnl for holding a Court ol liver and Terminnr, and General Jail Dcliveiy, General (u.n lei Sessions of the Peace ('oiniuon rleas ami Orphans' Court in bloomshurg in Ihe county of Columbia, on Ihe third MonpaV (being Urn i-'illi C.av) ol J.t L'jtliY nexl.and to con- j tliine two w, 1 1. s ; Notice is iiiiHiroiiK HKHtar oivEN.tothe coionerlhe Justices ol the peace, and constable ol the said county () Columbia, that Ihey be then and 1 thi-re in their proper persons al 10 o'clock in Ihe j forenoon ol said day, with their recoids, nuuisi- ' lions, and other remembrances, In do those thing! j which In their olliccsappi riain In be dune. And i 'hose that are bound by recognizance, to prose- ecute against the prisoners thai are or may be in 1 'he Jail of said county of Columbia, arc lo be then land there to prosecute against Ihelli as shall be I j"st Jurors are ri'MUested lo lie punctual in their , .(.ndance, agreeably t their ,,oi,, es. Dated at Hloomsbin g, the l tlh day of Nov. j in Ihe year of our Lord one thousand ciehl hnn- ilr d aiollorty eiuhl, and in the V.'d year of the I ndepeiuleticev el the I'tnlcd Stall s id Al: eiica. HKNJAMIN II Y MAN, Ihtrff. Sninin's 0iick, 1 rr.ooM.ncKr., Nov l.'t. s.S. Tailoring! HE M OVAL. rp UK subscriber, lespecllully infoinislhe citi I .ens if l.looiiisliniK aiai v'ciuilv, 1 1 ut the 1 I'.niio iship exisiu g heiwu n Kill, & I'n 11 Una- liiik. has been Cim.Ivi d, by mutual ci iim lit, anil j he would also ihloilii llii tn lli'.l he lusjiist opened 1 ,1 new shop in Hitgs'new buildii g.one di or above the l.xchange Hotel, while he ci iililiues Ihe Tailoring fiusinrss, and ij prepared In altend lo ail those who may fa voi him with Iheir piitrntiagi He (laileis iiiu, sell that lioui his past ixperurce in fusiiios. his work w ill he executed lu aily ai d wanaiili d to lit (tg- Culling done to order and al Ihe shortest no tice. Hit Charge will be Ueutonatle. The City Fashions for Fall and Winter have been received al his eslablitl.n eel. A. H. ELLIS. Illonirisburg, Nov. lb lSlS -lt. FASHIONABLE 7AILOP.I1TO- rpilK siiusci iliel , lespeclinilv inli ru.s llie rili .. ns o bloomstiuig and viciinty, that he continues Ihe TA ILOllLYG JI L'S IJ E S S, at the old stand loiineily occupied by IClit S; V'un Ituskirk, on Main slleel, between the post Ollice and Market Street, where he is prepaied lo attend lo all those who may lavor him with then patronage. He flatters hitnsell that Iroin Ins pas) experience in business, hn woik will heexecuted ui-aily and warranted. if)- Cutting done lo order and at the shortest notice. The f'ily Fishions for I'all and Winlti have been received al his estatdishll elil. CCJ- Hit I hurges u ill be Rrasvnuble. -fip M. V. BUSKIJMC. nioomsbnrg, Nov. Id, IHS-tf. VLM A N A CS ! A LM A N ACS ! A LM AN ACS ! Dr. D Jaym: would respectfully infoim llie public that he publishes annually lor gratui tous distribution, by himself and all his Agents, an Almanac, called Jaynt's Medical .Ihnanac, And (aii)K to Health. The calculations lor Ibis .Almanac are made with great care and accuracy and lor live ditler cut Latitudes and Longitudes, so .is lomiikc them equally useful as a calender in every part ol Ihe Tinted States and Piili.-h North America. They are printed on good paper, and wi'li handsome new type, and are lustily hound, ami besides be ing the neatest and most accurate calendar print 1 ...1 :.. .1... r..,....l o ii.., .. 1 M,imnt of valuable iniormation, suited lo'the w ants ol all, andol that kind too, w hich cannot be found in books. His catalocuc of di-ipas-es, with remarks and di- reclions for their removal is really invaluable, and make Ihelli welcome visiters in even house Ihey enter. F.very lainily should posse-sat least one of ihe-e annuals. His Almanacs for IsJU is now ready for distribution, of which he designs lo publish at least Two .Million, and in order that Ihey eveiy family in the Cnited States and liril ish Ameiica, may be lurmshed with a copy, he hereby invites Merchants and Storclicrpcr.x, t c 1,1 1 . 1 , ... lo forward their orders to loin as early as possible .... ... J I and they sha be supulied L-ratinloiislv with as manv copies as they may deem necessary In sup U :, .....;.,..,.". . n i ' ill".'""" " " ' """ IIISO led at I he same I ime, to send a copy ol Iheir "bus iHf.s.s Ciml," which will bepiinled and placed on the cover of the almanacs sent them, also without charge. Tbev are also requested lo give nil necesary di- 1 tedious bow Ihe A Imnnars should he forwarded lo them. I!v law they cannot he sent hy mail un- I .1 C I .1 I less the postage Is first paid on tin m hue. ,. , r , -, ,' ... ... Orders post pain directed to Dr. D. Jaync Philai!elihia, w ill meet with prompt alii ntion. 'FJ- F MILIKS can obtain these Almanacs Oralis of J. R. Mover, Hiooinshui'g, auent lor ihe sale of Dr. Ja lie' ('i lebialed l',imily medicines. Dec ", lSls., fits. FALL AM) AY INTER (JOODS. HK suliscnberscall attention In their new and lull assortment of SELECT J.YJJ FJ.V- i-jwi;iv ,l....r ..1,1 .i..,,i ,,r,,. 'siu-cte.i with care, and oll'ered al prices u ifc bt low Ike cheapest. It cnmprises, al,,g ()U,t.r things, borages, borage robes, ging. haiwB.KiiiKiiara lawns, French lawns, cashmeres, ,, j,. ,alnei aacas. bombazines and silks; ,';Hh.m(.n. h' ,, de laillP 8liawl ; dres. I hdkfs , prints, innslins, silk ami other fringes, p:1a-0N and sunshades, Fr'nch and Knglish chillis; hi.:, I '.ni-y and phu ! winter cassimeres, sat 1 net ts, maretls, tweeds. Ky. jeans, linen drilling, nankoeu, veiling, llai nels, tickings, linon arid cotton diaper, check, ho.siery, gloves, cotton yarn and carpet chain. Al so Afresh and full assort ment of proetrieiffifh, milt ami liqtion, queens ware, hardware, and the greatest and cheapest lol uSImots and shoes in Ihecounly. Al.so (iroceries and Queensware. Their gro reries are all fresh, and have been selected wilh care, anl upon such terms as will guaranty them to be sold low. 'Their queensware comprises a good assortment of blue stone and glass ware of a superior quality Al.so Silk fur and Lechorri hfts; hardware and cutlery; umbrellas, parasols, etc. flrf.- All of the above having been bought at the lowest cash prices, enables them to aell as low as can be purchased elsewhere. fj-j-Cash paid fnrgrain, at usual. WM. McKELVT & Co. Bloomibnrg, Nov. 1, 849-. SHERIFFS SALES. T Y VlrlllA f I r Stilliilllf u'litM ..I vnftilii.fhi VhftJ ... - . J ....,, J.J na tu me directed will be expored to U at ihe Couit House in lllootnsburg, on Monda the. Kith day ol Januaiy, 1 b si J , al one o'clock I' M.,lhe following piopeity to w il : 1 A certain lot or piece of (rounil, lituatt in Mountpleasiil lownsinp C'duiotua cuunty.cuiH taming lorty one acres more or less, hounded by lands of I l.ini y Mellick, Andrew Mellick, 2d, th liens of Josi'pliKulp and others, of which litarl) all is cleaid iand w In icon is m 1 ltd a lurye lw story frame Dwellint: House a laice l:uine I1anll barn, a young apple orchard with the appurlrnerA era, seized taken in 1 xecuiion and lo be sold al thu propery ol Henry Wniiig. r ALSO. A certain lot of (irnuiid situate in Mod tour Tow nsliip.Colun bia county, coiilaining 1 , eighth of an aire inoie or Ui, bouidtd on Ihe south by the main road leading In m hlumsbuiM lo Danville, on the north by the t hutch lot, so id others whereon is ended a Italne dwtllitig l,ous with a Hiiall Irame Km fin altaclul Ilium It and a frame stable with the urli m 1 1 rs, sii ed taken in execution ami lu bt told as I lit pup erty of Conrad Caishper. ' ALSO. I , A cerlain lot or piece of liind, situ-' ale in Madison township, Columbia ci inly, ton-i taing twenty one arris, mote or les, bounitrd by laooH of Waller .lihiism, illy !mi ul, Sn.iitli Stout tnd nheis, wbiih land is all rlran d,w ) ri -4 on isereclid a huge two stoiy Itrrie 1. welling house wuh Ihe appuiienanies, seid laktn ii execution and lo be s Id as the i rops.il ol Jbimi Stout. I ALSO, i A certain lot of ground situate in Mahoj ning lownship, Collin, l-ia cMmiy, in the u wn Danville, conlainii g 1 ne i-ighlb ol an, acre liinr or less, bounded on the east by a lot id Frsi kli Rush, and on the north hy a street, and ether whereon iserecli d a small one tory Iran In ns with the appuilenaiices,seitd taken in exicnlu and to be sold as the preri rlv ol Jtu is Jr iinver ALSO, A certain lot of ground lituate in th town ol Danville, Maboioi.g ti wnslop, Colonibi, co , cnritai ning fitly fee: in limit and about onj hundred and tony . five del deep, or ibeietboul. adjoining land ol Sainutl Hoover, and an all) whereon is elected a one and a liall sloij Ir.nn dweelling House and other out huildings. wil'.i Ihe apiirleiiances, seized taken in ixicoiien and lo be sold at (he piopi riv rl Menrv W. Primmer ALSO, A cortiiin piece or parcel of lund situate ill lieaur low 1 ship, Con ml u co., 1 onlainilig tl irleen acies mine or less, hounded by lards of Jacoh llintt rliter, Samuel Jjalius ar'd ithnsiv whereon is eucud a frume dwelling House, a Irame Barn, with the appurtenances, seized ami taken in execution and lo he cold is li e 1 lei my of Moses Meyer. ' 1 ' P F.N.I. I1AYMAN, Sh'ff. ShertlTs Ollice, Ploi inshnig, ) Dec, 'IJt D..IS. It'atltfd. A li w (lot d) i,moins l J i. Al.so. A load of Corn Stalks. List of Juror m. GRAND JUUOKS.-yan. Ttrm. 184i. liloom, Uilliani Hiown. Cattawisra, Daniel Ilelwig. Centre, Il nj:imin .Miller, 'J'lic man Cor ner. Derry, James VcVickcr,' Coin' Cleckner. 1 Greenwood, Ira, Johnson."" Hemlock, Sylvester Fu ller, I'eler Appleinenr- , Liberty, Jacoh lioyer, Daniel Hillmvc .Limestone, William S. Davis, Will'ia Conner, Mai loniif, Fdward Young, W.C, Joh son. Joseph Deihl. Madison, (ieorgi Derr, Montour, lieiijamin Low. Orange A. 15. Stewart, BimjaminSt ner. Sii'jarloaf, Jacrib Fritz. Vailey, Daniel Fursel, jr., Henry Si der. 'I It AVERSE JURY, lint Wed; Bloom. Ludwig Lieht. Fred. Dre! Moore Creveling. Cbas. Kahler, Andr Creveling, Caleb liarton, Elias Mend hall. Heaver, Samiiij Johnson,, John Catlawissa, J,'(ih liciler"" j Centre, Joh11 Hill Derry, Wi. M. Hrairly. M Greeiiwoiul, Joneph Keller, Peter H, J man, John Knhhins Samuel Gillaspy. ' Hemlock, Franklin McHride, Jackson, Cluster Smith, Liberty, licnjamin Kntmse. Malioning, (;, V. Forest, Jarob Ikeler,. G. M. Shoji, J. S. Watson, Samuel Yorks, sr., Martin .McAllister, J. G. Tliomnson. Main, John Keil'cr, Mifflin, John Drown jr., Montour, John Itishel. jr., iMouiiiilcasnni, John Al organ, Roaringcrei k, Snmiiil Roup. Sngarloaf, l'eter Kase, John Conner. Valley, John Ilendiickson, David Max well. TRAVARSH JURY, .Sec. Week. Bloom, Enoch Howell, Daniel Snyder. Beaver, Amos ltitlf nlsousc. Briarcreek, Lewis Traui'h. Hcnrv Rit- tenhousc Cattawissa. Michael Brcbst, John Rei dcr. Centre, John Shaffer, John Foster. Derry, John Blee, jr Franklin, I'eter Dollman, Jacob Swwe, George Metz. Fishingcrcek, Andrew Criviling, Greenwood, Isaac Evans. Hemlock, Joseph llilemi.n,Reuben Bom boy, James hminit. Jackson, James Edffar, Liberty, George Billmyer, Simeon Best. Mahoning, Daniel Ramsey, M. B. Bo doin, 'I nomas Clark, James Cornelison, Enoch Mellon, Charles Cook, Willfm Clark. Main, Isaac Yetter. Madison, John Swisher, Joseph Lyons. Montour, Abrham Kefler. Nounlpleasant, Joseph Vanderslices Orange, Isaac Hagenbiich, Itoaringcreek, Abram Mensch,, Sugarloaf, John I less. A Fresh supply ol Dr M'Lanea celebrated f r, mifuge.just receivd and for sale at the Drug Store of j. r. MoYV.B Bloomsburg, Not. 1st, Itit.