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WYOMING COUNTY TICKET. Representative, Kzkkikl Mowrv, jr. Commissioner, Cyrus L Vauoiin. AuJiior, Hrnjimin- F. Jenkins. Coroner, Daniel Nkwmax. Nortluiai!)iilanJ county Ticket. Ascmbly, John B. Packer, Nrg fc Uec. John P. I'ursel, Cinmiioner, William WiUon, TrcHsurer, John G. Voungman, AuJitor, Win. L. Cook. Call olTyoiu' Doss! Mr. Pearca' organ liorc, the rising Star, i a grain figuring to got him, at they have many oilier into trouble. Again we ask that gentleman, in II candor, if the Star peakt by his authority ? Tell ui frankly, Mr. P., before our next iasue, or tall off your pups ! Itcubcn XV. Weaver. This distinguished gentleman, has devoted col umn of the Star, the past few weeks to our own personal detraction. This has nothing to do with hit disorganizing political conduct, nor does it mitigate hi treacherous course, or make amend for the wrongs committed against the democratic party. He dare not deny the specifications, and this leaves him and his little party, just where they have always been, only in a "little tighter place." Now, all we have to say is, were we the insig nicant, contemptible and dangerous individual Mr. Weaver represents us to be, why does he de vote so much attention to us .' Why does he not treat us as we do him, as unworthy of serious no tice and let him run ? Why did he before he set out for "political distinction"-which we then (at we are now endeavoring) tried to give him, make desperate effort to bscome interested in our eitablishment f These are points to which atten tion might be properly directed. But thoy are not profitable for his purpose. In his paper of Thursday, Reuben says,he"was once puffed by Tate of the Democrat." And uses it 19 a pretext to inform a portion of the world, that he once had a lot of Cards printed and paid two dollars therefore ! Now, is there any thing wrong in this. Reuben was born with a silver spoon in his mouth, if we take the bombastic dec larations he has lately made through the Star, of hit "capital" "wealth." "payments," cYc, ( of which several gentlemen of the Bar own they are ashamed) and why should he not pay for printing cards as well as other people, aa that was also a mean of forwarding hit march to "polititat dis tinction." The same with the notice he speaks of as once puWiskcd, and which he has not the philosophy to comprehend. ' Its avowed ob ject then was as this it now, to give him, as we would any other nice young man, "distinction in fiie world." But before w tlijmiw tftat notice, of which Reuben says he "knew nothing until it ap rKARKD in pkint," we beg to inform the balance of the world, that in this he His under a great mistake. The week that article appeared, we ware railed from home, and as Mr. B , will tes tify, Mr. Reuben W. Weaver, read, corrected, and made additions to that said article, of which he now hypocritically sas he knew nothing! Bah! The 31st Consrcs. The next Congress say the York Gazet'e, will be composed of 231 member, nf which number 313 have already been elected as follows : Democrats. Federalists. Maine, 5 New Hampshire, 2 Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, 3 Vermont, 1 New York, 2 New Jersey, 1 Pennsylvania, 9 Delaware, Virginia, . 14 SouthCarolina, 7 Georgia, 4 2 I 8 8 1 1 1 Free Soiler. 1 do 1 Native. Florida, Ohio, Michigan, Jllioia, Wisconsin, Inwa, Missouri, Arkansas, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, N. Carolina, Alabama, Teiaa. 10 2 5 2 Free Soilers 1 do do 105 tut The 18 yet to be ebowo were politically di vided asfollows,in the last Congress: Democrats. Federalists, Massac huetl, 1 Rhode Island, 1 Vermont, 1 Ohio, 1 Maryland. 4 Mis'uwipi, ' Louisiana, 3 1 10 8 Should there be no further ehanne.the next House will tand 1 15 Democrats, 109 Federalists, 0 in dependent Free Soilers and t Native American. The calculations of the two paties are about thus ; The whigs hope to gain 1 in Rhode Island, 1 in Miiippii and 1 in Louisiana. The Demo rrats feel like gamin? (instead of losing) I in Mississippi, 1 in Maryland, and holding on to all others that they had in last Congres.s. And so the matter rests for 'he prtsent. The elections come off at the following periods: ridode Island, vacnr Angut 29 Mnacliusetli, vacanev September I') Vermont, vacancy September 11 Maryland, October 3 Ohio, vacancy October 0 Louisiana, November 5 Mimwpp'. November 5 Mean f,v.'--Ruuben, heartily a-ihamod of his Irish Bull, which we Inst week contrasted with Thadd V O'Ucylej's Inter for pnblioedilii'itti.m.now meanly intimates: that it was theprotliicliori of tho junior editor. Is that honorable ! Small business, very, Kcuheu ! tiT "Often for nil wfi protest ng;iint thr introduction of I.tizcritu politics into ill is county. The Mnirganucr's Journal. Boys, do you hear that.' So talks Reuben, at the very time, and moment he is laboring to main tain the Colling. Tress and uphold the "Luzerne politics." Well, that is cool! OCJ- The court proceedings (hit. week, will be very short, in consequence of the Danville Bridge case, taking up so much time. It is impossible to tell our readers any thing about it, as (he evi dence is very long, and until we hear it all, we cannot tell what to think. The Jury will make up their opinion, and we will, as soon thereafter as possible, give you that. 3C- Jaekion Myrr, whose prosecution was continued till next Term, as stated in our last issue, is since dead. He returned homo from court, to Nescopeck , so far as we learn well as usual. We are not able to be more paiticular. (ft- We were mistaken in our last, in saying that Jmse Crawford, had been convicted and sentenced. He had not yet had his trial, but a bill had been found against him. If we are not wrongly informed now, his bail did not deliver him up to the court, consequently the blame if any, attaches no where. A small T)incwtry Several gentleman were standing in front of the Court House, one morn ing last week, engaged in conversation, when our worthy little contemporary of trie Star, popped out of the crowd and passed up town. Who is that little fellow, who appears to be generally on hand, said one of the bystanders. That little fel low, answered another.that is Reuben, ihe Chair man of the Standing Committee, and renowned editor of the "disorganizer't journal." Is that sai.l the other, the soul, the centre and tho cir cumference of the democracy of Columbia coun ty ! Then I give it up. 03-We have a big 'pill, in reserve for Reuben , next week, which we will warrant to opcrate.and perhaps a Utile both ways. is ai:icei:i: On Ihe 21 ult , by Friends' ceremony in presence of Alderman Mitchell.Jesee Broomali.of Danville Jane B. Temple, of the county of Philadelphia. In Liberty tp., on Thursday nf last week by the Rev. Mr. Hamilnn, Mr. Ceo. Kremer of Green wood to., Miss Polly S. Wilson, of Liberty tp. On the. 20lh inst., by Rev. S- Boyer, Mi John C. Wertmim, of McKwensvile, to Miss Lucy Anna Derr, of Columbia co. 1)1 i;d : Iii Rlonmsbur;r, on Saturday, the 25th of An gust, Mrs. SARAH, (late Miss Thornton) wife of Mi David Pinman, in the 20th year of her age. Mra.,PKNMAV, wasan estimable young Lady, who had recently been married and settled in life Etioyant hopes and bright prospects bedecked her path way, but the bright earth-stars havo fled, leaving a devotud husband and helpless infant to mourn, in her depaitum the fond hopes cf futuro years. The deceased was an exemplary member of the Episcopal Church, and died rejoicing in Christian hope. The angel of death found her ready for departure and she exulted in the ex change of earth for heaven. In Mifflin township, on the 7th of July, Adam Keller, formerly of Northampton co., aged Oil years and 9 menths. In Conyngham, on the 24th ult., Israel Ernn dage, aged about 21 years, On Thursday last, in Salem township, Luzerne county, Catline Stookey, aged about 00 years On the 2 lult., at the residence of his son, Dr. Andrew Bedford, of Abington Centre, Luzerne county, Mr. Jacob Bedford, a Rovolutionary sol dier, in the 67th year of his age. At Tyler, Huntington township, on the lDih nit., Mrs. Amey B. Rogers, (wile of Eld. J oe Rogers,) in the tiOth of her age. On the 10th ult., at Philelphia, Dr. Thomas Fitch, aged 70 years, long a resident ot F-oltsville, and formerly of this co. In Wilkesbarre, on the 10th ult., Rachael, wife of Mr James W. Reels, oged 3!) years. On the20lh ult., in Liberty township, Colum bia county, Mrs. Anna M. Derr, wife of John Derr : in the 02d year of of her ae. Market Trices Current. Philadelphia, Aug. 28, iS49. FLOUR $4 87 J a 5 and 5 2.5. Rye Flour 02 25. Whuat-JtI 10. 'Corn 65. Oats 27. not1cj I HEREBY civk notice, that from and after this dale, I shall charge fc'l(J OU, extra, ai.d demand payment of all arrears inst inter, in any case in which I am interfered with and superceded in the discharge ol my professional duties. DAVID N. SCOTT. Aug. 29, 1949. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE, Eitate ofJIDAM KELLER, deceased, "VTOTICE is hereby given, that letters of Ad- ministration on the estate of Adam Kkller j late ot Willi in township, uoiumuia county, dec f, have been granted, by the Register nf said county, to Samuel Keller, residing in Mifflin township, and county aforesaid, and Joseph Keller, residing in Lower Mountbethcl township, Northampton county, Pa., All persons indebted to said estate arc requested to make payment, and those having claims against it, will present them as above du ly authenticated for settlement. SAMUEL KELLER, ) .. . JOSEPH KELLER, J ''XL ' August 27, lSilO.-O n ridge ij:tiing. 1 proposals will he received by the County Commissioners, on Tuesday the 11th day of eplcmber, 1 S ty, between the hours of one and three o'clock, P. M., at the house of Philip Cor rell, in Valley township, for building a Stone Arch JSridtf over Mahoningcr'k, in the said township, of the following; dimensions; Two arches 10 feet each.Wingwalls 10 feet each, Pier between arches 4 feet, width 2-1 feet. Plans diid specification will be given an day of Letting. Jiy order of the hoard WESLEY UnAT, Cleik. ploomsburg. September t, IT.' Square the Account Little Reuben intimates that we are his debtor in the general account. If so we are ready and willing to sipiare tho account. Will ho present his bill ? It is truo he last spring gave the two apprenti ces in this office one dollar, by way of eiteoura gintr them to run away, telling them that if they ever got back to return him the money, and if not they should remember him for it. But became very near getting paid, as the parents of those young men both proposed settling it with him at loo of their boots. rr lilt, hist quarter ol the next year will com- I mem-eon Wednesday, the Sth of September. 11 is very oesiraiue inai inose who wisn lo finer very tho school.should be present at llscotnmttncement. Kales ol 1 uition. PRIMARY DC PAS TM E NT. Reading, Writing and Spelling, 2 00 Elementary Arilhinetic,(ieography, History and Drawing, 3 fJO ACADEMIC DEPAKTME NT. Common English, 3 00 fl OO C 00 Higher English with Lectures, Latin and liieck. EXTRA. German, French, Painting and Drawing each, Instructions on Piano, Use of Piano, Contingent cliarpe, for warming Sr. cleansing houae and printing Reports, Ac. 4 00 8 00 a oo 374 N. It. Tuition and contingent charge invaria bly in advance. Those wishing to enter must Bpply to the Prin cipal at the Seminary buil.liiiK. THOMAS BOWMAN, Principal. Aug. 2'!, IrVl'J. CAUTION ! ALL persons are henby cautioned against takinn an assignment or Irai.sler of a note 01 hand, given by me in lavor of M uhlan Ilinib tin, abut the 20th of April last, for one hundred and ten dollars, payable in pix mopths from dale with interest, as I have not received value for the same, and am deleiinined not to pay it unless compelled by due course of law. GEORGE RICE. Liahtstrect. Aug. 20, lS-l9...ts. "p U BMC I 1TaLK IN pursuance of an order ol the Orphan's Court of Colundiia county, on SATURDAY, the Twenty second day of September next, at 10 o'clock, in the forenoon, Gkorok Nun-oi!-si:n, Administrator, &c, of GEORGE NUN GKSSF.R, late of MlTlin township, in said county deceased, will expose to sale by public vendue, upon the premises, a certain Plantation and Tract of Land. situate in Mifflin township, in said county, ad joining lands of Jacob Schweppcnheisser, on the north east and south, mid lands of Jacob Swank, on the esst. containing SEVENTY FIVE ACRES, more or less. VlTHflk ' There is on the premises, a one JTttt a iitjt I IWn, an Apple 1 f 0 1 ? f 1 1 1 A 1 It . I I? vniviiajiiy, anil uuum 1 J f IV Five Acres of Clkared Lash: Lad) the est.ite ol said deceased, situate in the township of Mifflin, and eounlv nfi resaiil. JACOB EVERLY, Clerk. Bloomsburg, Auz. 21, lh.tO-Ois. NEW S'roilEANIJ CHEAP (JOODS rjlllE subscriber would inform the citizens cf J.. Bloomshing, and the public at large, that he has just opened a N'f:w Stork, in the brick buildin;, lately occupied by Albricht Mengel, on Main street, north, where he offers for sale, a general assortment of ! Cloths and Ready Made Clothing, of the best kind and latest Myle, summer and winter war. Also DhY COODS, COFFEE, etc., cheaper than the cheapest for cash. jO-Garments of all kinds cut and made to order. The public are invited to call and examine his stock in trade. FELIX KAHN. Blonmsbnrg, Aug 2."i, l:-)9..3m. EXECUTORY NOtTceT Eestate of JOHN KLINE, deceased. "VTOTICE is hereby uiven, that Letters ol Ad Xy ministration on ihe estate of John Jvlink, late of Sugarloal township, Columbia county, de ceased, have been granted by the Register of Co liimhie county, lo the undersigned, residing in FishingcrerU township : All persons indebted te said Estate are requeued to make payment, and those having demands against said estate, will present them duly authenticated for settlement. IURMAN LA HOUR, Aug. 20, ISIO.-OIs. Exnvlou ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE, Estate of JESSE ROBERTS, dee'd. "VTOTICE is hereby given, that Letters of Ad niistration on the Estate of Jkssk Roberts, lale of Reaver township. Columbia county, de ceased, have been (,'ranled by the Register of Columbia county, to the subscriber, residing in lilackcreek township, Luzerne county; All per sons indebted lo said estate ate requested to make payment, and those having claims against it, to present them forthwith t" ihe su'iscriber. PETER RO HERTS. Ane. 2'i, WOOls Jldmiiiistralor. THE PENNSYLVANIA HOTEL. "IIE Pknnsvlvania II o t k l, formerly ncju in i i ii i iiu mi -i it-i,-i'ii i . ii w'i"- i, iii Vv--1 v Wliile llnll. -::viit;: lommuia county, l'aiina. , j; on me upper sine oi sani ' . ,w Ji ti 9iictM,anii mi ioo main '. - - road leading from liloom.-hurg lo Mnncy, is nnw kept by the undersigned, w ho is fully prepared to accommodate the public, and will be pleased to wait upon travellers and others who may favor him with their custom. A. CRAWFORD. White Hall, Aug. 2.i, IS 10. It KM OVAL. illillinery V TSandia iiiaKiiix- TIllE iindersiirned takes pleasure in announcing to her oi l eu-toiiiers and the ciii.,.ns ,, llloomsbmi;, generally, that she has ilKMOVKl) to her new anrtni( ids, on Alain street, inimed atelv ever II iKman's Store, np Maitft, (enlrance i at the headol I'mindry Alley,) where she is ore pared to execute, in neat style and on very short notice, all orders in the I inn ol fashionable Millinery ami Matitiiamaking. (rj-!..wit.s' wohk, of every description, will he attended to pmniptly and sewing executed in order Vasiiti PAM'tiAST, r,oonis'iut2. An;. 1, Is"! ' mm ; ti:Jii . POSTSCRIPT. nKSM'JIlfTIOA' OV WOHK KY TKK jronru itiut.rcn t.i- 'The Hani-burg h'tystone, nys '-We are "'""'rely gratified to learn, notwilhslanding our apprehensions to the contrary, that the report ol the accounting ollic.-rs will authoii.e an imme diate resumption of a portion of (be work on the North Branch Canal. Rcubeii's "dintinction" has been our hihed aim. We have labored fr it, and are vain en ongh to believc.tbat it will soon be consummated. ,,; ,,,, Aot , vi(.w it M wod. ,.0! R.ull " ,, , , . Renin n, mv son Reuben !" SPALDING &l ROGERS, Proprietors. Vsr?"-' I T.Vt.-. r-r, wmmmm ADMISSION i!3 CENTS ONLY, The characteristic features ol this great estab lishment which appear to have absorbed the most of the novel and recherche entertainment extant, can lie only briefly enumerated in the limits of an advertisement. The ApoLLf'NicoN, by far the most stupendous musical piojict of the age, ccinpobi d ol over 1UU0 distinct musical insiiiunnis, mote poweiful than a band ol 00 musicians, and druwn bu 40 Homes in procession will constitute ihe Orchestra during (he entermmeiit An entire and eff dive Dramatic Company, un der thn direction ui II. F. J 'irhols, Proprietoi of the Adelpbi Theatre, Washinton, J). C. is at tached to the Troupe for the purpose of getting up every night the grand Heroic and Patritoic Spectacles of OE.Y. W.9SIILVGTO.Y, "OLD PUT." and "MID .1.YTUO. WAY.SE!" reviving reminisrpj of those "times that tried mtn's souls," commemorating snme of the most stirring and interesting Revolutionary incidents, allan'. deeds of the Heroes of '7ii, and conclud ing with a grand National Tableaux (,f Cen. II ashinifttin, mounted on a noble charger, borne on the shoulders of his brave contiueiiluh I The accession of ihe CARLO TROUPE, under the charge ol the great Italian Trick Clort n.Signor Felix Carlo, known throughout Emcprasihe man of 1000 Tricks, and more renowned probably than any Artiote thai has iter ptuu.bulatid il:t coun try, and A kinguliii'y talented Troupe of Equestrians in every department ol the bu-ines, viz: Mesrsr C,J. Rogeis.W. W Nichols, E. Perrv. J. Mc-. Finland, II. F. Nichols, G. O. Knapp, 'T. Young, 4c. 4:c ; MaMeis Golicme Cai In, Perry Clarence, x.r ; .Mcsdaines, II. F. Nichols, Knapp, Perry, Miss Delsmore, Vc. vvdirerther rendering this double company as modi in advance of all other estableliHlimelits in the numbers and talents ol the Troune, as in the extent and elegance ol the outfit. WILL EXHIAIT In Ploomsburg, on Wcdnlay, Sept. 5. In Herwick, on Tuesday, Sept. 4. In Danville, on Thursday, Sept. G. G. F. CONNER, Agent. .. POLITICAL Democratic Co. Convention, rpWlE Democratic electors of Columbia county JL are requested to meet at the usual places of holding general elections, in each election district, on Saturday, -tiQ the fir-d day ot September next, between 2 and 0 o'clok P. M. there anil then to elect two delegates from each election district, tomcet in County Convention, at Ihe Court House in Blooming, on Monday the third day of September next, at 12 o'clock, M., for the purpose of placing in nomination a Democratic County Ticket to be voted tor by the Democrats of Columbia county at the coming fall election. Ry order of the Standing Committee. (prj- CAMnnATKS, arc reminded that this is the last insertion of their notice?, and those who tnav wish them continued, can only do so by renew ing the contract and paying up accordingly. fjrj-JACOR R GROUL, Esq., one ofthe demo cratic candidates for Sheriff, ha authorized us to announce, that he declines being a candidate for that office at present. 03-JOHN DIETTERICK, Esq., whose name had been announced, without his knowledge or consent, as a candidate for (he Legislature, has authorized us to say that he will not be a candi date at. present. HT .JOHN McREYNOLDS, Esq., of ! Hemlock township, will bu a randidalu before ! the Democratic County Convention, lor Represen tative of Ctduuibia county in the Legiilatuie of I Pennsylvania. ! n? DANIEL SNYDER, of Uloom ! township, will be a candidate beloie I lie Deino ; era! ic County Convention, for Representative- ot ! Columbia i-ounly in the legislature ol l'cnnsyl j vania. ! ti RXAll DR IM'ER'rof niooins- burg, will be a candid. for Tn i:asi-rkr , if : nominated by the P.'iniicralic!oiiilv Convention. , ty FREDERICK McHKIDE, of Lime T"r 1 V . . T . "; 1""C,! . . ii iiMiiiinnaii mi: LH'lllllcrfll IC C'onuft Conveiilinn. tr A. LEVERS, of Antlioiiy town ship, will be a caniliilale for Trpahi-rer, it nom inated by the D.'inncr.iltc Conpty Cntivenlion. W WILLIAM C MEN DERSIIOT, f Anlimnv lp . will be a rniiilid.it,. f .r TUKAS I.'UEK lifloie the Ooin.it i alic Counh Convention f'.iil.ii; "A IV SAM I'LL JOHNSON, of Mount-; pl.Msant low nsliip. will be a candidate lor the ollice of Auditor, if nominated by the Di mo- ' critic Count y Convention. , hrr DENJAMIN P. FORTNER, r,f Franklin township, will ue are authon.ed to a.V, Una candidate lor Coi.mv Commismoi , ,-, and respHclfully m.licild the support of his 1,1 low CIIIZJUS .GEORGE W. HARDER, of Cau- wissa township, will be candidate lor the otlice ' "i oinuiissioner, it nominalpd b ih.. I). County ( onvenfinn. .,Cf JtMIN (JROVER.orMillliinw.,., will be a candidate for tl, nil!,., c r .' Uiriiinft i" ii,. "ihijii. -..v., , u.iuuiidieu uy Ujcj Uiui crane County uiivtjfiuur.. C-JOSEPH YETTERS, f ra,,a. .uwonnip, will be a candidale ol Ihe ot Commissioner, if nominated by ihe I eiahc Cour.ty Cinvinhoi, 111. e ly Ihe Dt-ino. we are requited to say, will be a candidal hHtRi f ot Columbia county, at the e,,hl..J Keneral election, and he solicits, he support 1 I'dlowciliy.enscenerally.-j.l. ' To Hie Dumocruiic Electors of Columbia County. Urged by numerous friends I would cfler mv sell as a candidate fr the ..llico ol Sheriff. I , not much versed in political affairs and cannot nerefore, make politics a business, even lor the hope ot oilier Should I receive the nomination and be elected, I promise lo di,chaiKe the duties ol Ihe othce faithlully and impartially. , . , J- II- FURMAN. Hloomshnrn, Jnne IG, j .S4; To the Democratic f'oters ofToldAa County, J At the solicitation of many of my friends, I of. ler mysell as a candidale for the olhceolSHtniKK are in lu.l kccpint ; bm . i: . 1 ' J kolicil the supjiurl of u,y Iriends throughout the eounlv, p, , . . , VMES FREEZE. I'loom township, June 2, l.l!! To the Free Electors of Columbia Cuunty ludiiced hy t,P partinlily nf many () frunJ J ofler inyscltas a canduhide fr Sherilf Your ((i-nerousllV.mcs are earnisily a,,j J, hilly solicited f.T the iicuniiniiw,. Shouid 1 ... lurtonate as lo succeed, I pi. rl-n ,rv hct Hu'.av- . , sciiai'trif Ine (lulii-s l'said ollit ; impartiality and strict fidcliiy. , , T 'V(3sF-S COFF.MAN. PlDnm3lnirg, June "0, 1S-I0 To the citizens of Columbia county : At .the solicitation of many of my friends and neighbors, I am induced to ..flc-r myself as a can didate fr SHi'imr. Should I be elected, I will discharge the duties of tho office with fidelity mid impartiality. 1 therefore solicit Iho sufiiicoof the Llsctors. " CALEB APPLEMAN. Valley, July 1, To the Citizens of Columbia county. I place myself b lore ou as a rnnili.1,.1 t I iil-.rn tn vu., 1 1 Li, . i . i J .1 . ii i jaw i utiure jou us a candidate for the ...hi .-... .-.iR-iiu, , ,,ip ensuing eltctic n, I pledse inVKell that the duties of ihe ollicp Khall he faith fully performed. Your support is lespecllully solicited. 1 THOMAS ERANDON. Pinvil!p, July 7, 1 .J9. To the Voters of Columbia county. At the s.ilicilalimi of many of mv friends and tieiiihlmrs, I urn induce.) to ( ff, r mvlf as a ran didnto for Sheriff Sh'-uhl 1 he "elected,! will discharge the duties of the ..(T;cp with fidelity nrd impartiality. I therefore solicit the suopJrt -1 the Electors. ' 1 PRTFI? mi T Mvrn (!'...., r oi. :r .. ' . "' i"l -iherfy, July 7, 1S I3. To liiclndepcndanl Electors of Columbia County. Soli:;ii,d hy many friends, and urKd to make the eflnrt, I here'iy oCcr myself as a candidate, at the entuini; election, tor Ihe ollice of in niiK -Ifsuccelul, j Khali he ry first aim lo dn-charw the duties of said ollice, lo general satiafaction.-. .Vloro 1 cannot prolnise. Madison, June K,th. .;oi To t! lie Electors of Columbia conntv. F EI.I.OWt,rnZKN.S:-.:nrllr!.KC(l hvmanv whose Iriendsliit) ij hiuhiv valim.l I ..it:.". mseii to your coiHiilen.ti.in a-a candidate for Shkrikf, and respectfully ... i-t vimr sull'mues for said ollice, ptoinisinr, if nominated and elect ed, to dischanre the virions duties appcrtainiii" thereunto with strict fidelity and to the best of my humble abilities. Ajizi I3rown. Roaringcreek, Aup. 4, 1 SI9 To the Democratic Electors of Columbia County, Warmly' ni-RPrl hy many of my friends, 1 offer mysell as a candidate for the ollice of Ili-h Sheriff at the ensuing election soliciting, at the hands ol my Democratic brethern, the pretiminaiy nom ination pl.dtjinu. myself, if nominated and elec ted, to faithfully discharge all Ihe duties incum bent upon the office. SAMUEL SCHUOCK. Hemlock, June IS. 1S49. To the Independent Electors of Columbia County. At the solicitation of my friends, I auain offer myselr as a Candidate for office of Shkriff, at the ensuing election. Shnuld I he so fortunate as to receive a majority of your suffrages, I pledge mvselftn execute the duties of said office, w ith fidelity, hurnanitv and impartiality. I RAM DERR. Jickson, June 4, 1S4D . To the. Independent Voters of Columbia County. Induced by tho Haltering encouragement of nu merous friends, I announce myself a candidate for the office nf Sheriff, at Ihe ensuing election, and should I receive a majority of yotii- votes, I can only promise to discharge the duties of said oftice, lo the best of my abililics, and with strict fidelity and impartiality. JOHN KELLER. Mi 111 hi, June 4lhJS4!. 'To Ihe Democratic Electors ot Columbia County. Through the Iriendly indications of many ft iends, and in accordance with my own wishes, I offer myself to yourcousideration as a candidate for the office nf Sheriff, respectfully soliciting your sntlroges; and, if elected, promise a prompt and faithful discourse of the important dutief of that responsible station. JOHN SNYDER. Orange. June 4th, ln To flic Fred Electors of Columbia county. Kncntiragcd hymany friends, I offermvself a a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Columbia couotv.rif the approaching general Election. Should I receive a majority of ynur votes, nn.l bp elected. learnedly promise to discharge the du ties of siid office faithfully and impartially. Your suffrages are respectfully solicited. I'HINEAS WF.LLIYER. M ulison, July 7, 1519. CAL'IION KXTKA A nun by (lit nanin of CI.APf hoi aii(ns;e4 lih ynimg man nf the nnuia nf S. P. T.iwnmnd. tud omi hl Dstiio In put up a h"Hnniiiril!ii, uhieh (he (nil Df.Town "nil's MimniwirillH. ilnnmniaHlliig II Ot.JfVIJfK, Oritriil, lc. 'I'hu 'I'nwrni ml Ih nil itur.hir, and ncvr wni ; bnt wu fiinnerly h wurkir nn mifrouilj. cauali, mid ih likt. yei h aiiiimei Dm till- nf Dr. f.r Iho pnrpn.e nf nslning ereilii (r lil he ii nm. 'I lil, i. m mutton llm public not In bo itlvK, Km) pnrchn' mine but tlie OFJfVIXK ORIOt-tt-11, HI. I) Dr. Jncob Tim iumiii'j Hnriopnrllla, huvlnj no II Ihe 01,1 )f', llkenoi, in, tnmily cool of irmi, sad hi Igimniro nrrni it,. r....i ( ntin. Pr,e,pal OJi. t, ll X.t.at it., .Yic fori Citf. V ' OLD JAOOlt TOWNSKND, TIIK Olti(.lAI. DISCI IVKUF.R Of TUB l.t'imiue TowiLscud Sarsapa rilia. ! . """""" '" V'r. of ngr. n) has i Sii: u u ) n V"""-"- -n'H-.YsKYI, S.1R ' in'., . .' ! "i" " "" """IS'IM In liiuit in i L- mm r-y, wh" h " '" '"- k'i" ";"- he van nf iieiny, n.'vinli,..,,. , , ,..., ,, h.i ' X: ' HKAI.IXG I'OWKR. PXJl ' ' a.lv.,u u miiikiuil when the mount . . " ' I.IHOVI. nil.. I1J. IftCIHlCII. 1 r""1'' " 1 ",e u'i'ln il : this ...... r n'.n.i,r.n riie.r 1 n niny IS III.MIIlliilMlllUil 11,1 l,o h.f.id j..Ij, lNj C:ll(j(J fiif ltiriiii;li.iiu mc Iciimli Kinl hrcailih of H,u land. ciniciHll iu i' is Iniinil nit icni.i, in ,1, uencnition or dmeiinrntmn. Unlike j-.iui.K S. I' Tiin'nwnd's.ii iniprnv, with w anil novar ehaniHs, hut fur tli.r Iwiter : lnn::iu--e it U pwwred irmtijic prmciptn by a e,rii ic rn.in. 'I he hiuliec knuwl- dxo ol Miein.Mrr. unit iliu l itii t duc.vnries of the art, have all lieen br.nnhi Irtn riiiiui-.jii.in in (Up niniiifogtiirB ofthe Old Oi's rif.nji.rillr.. iio .-.r-ni inril Ii. hkii, a is well kn.nvn In im died "ien. com mn in .ny inmlicin d pro iwrtiej, and siniic prnperiios wli.rh are ini.rtnr umlcu, anil oihers, which if ruiiincd in pinpirinir il liu- u.-e, prodiino fermtnl'ilin tind ticid. iviiiili l injurious to tlm sy.li'tll. diiine of Ihe io;niu, of H..r.,ai.unii an; . raiut.lt, thai they eui.ri.'ly evaporate and am In t in tho preparation, if they are not prorved by a inert-He prmt.u, known nol in ilni-n ejiwnenceit in us iii.iMiii,Ltn.'. Moicioit. thnfa volatile princip ci, wmrli fly nil in vapor, or a, an exhala tion, mnJer beat, are me verv eufntutl mr.diiu frapirtut it the runt, wbirh live to it all in value. Any permn ran bolt or e tti mot l!!l lhy (Til a d.trt. ciilnred liquid, wh.di i iin.ro Hum ilia ciinm u nrntei m ttie rnol ibin Iriini any tli.ne e..e; il.:,. r. a llhn troa this Inifiid or v;i riiil iiiaid. .'v':itnn A or niutasn., nil then rill It "h.UAI'Ari'i.l.. i.Mii.w I' or fl' HOP." Mot sin h ii liiil the art;r!i hmnvn a- :iic GENUINK OJ.D IM. J.aCOB TOW.nSKNO'S SAIiSAl'AKJLLA, This is o preprirfJ, tniit ;u nit-i; ir'ji'.riW'i "t" tli fliirsfnr'iii r'M't "rr ''rst rft'u.'fd, evrrv ih"iif ( becuiiMHK tic id ur iI lei nn.iii:i ;k ii, is f m- ; ' n ; i"" v!ry (H-rttt Ih 'I intflc il viriiio .ncun 1 n ;i uru ami , IdsImq uny of lU v:iitt:i!lt! ;u;i( i.tMiin finifitirliui. I'rLjrfJ In this Wii , it is iii'ui" ttif iw.i-.i i. t-nu' ;.'kc:iu m H e Ciart vA imivn t.Oiiv liiM'.iM h. I Ilvncu ItiH rtitis'-u ft w u li'".r cjimii n .; m evr y j liile In Its I'hVur It;' fit ?', hoi i-n,'iinl I S Uir.-n. W'k .i-I it i d'iny winwltTn in Hiu fin: o' j coA&cjtt'Ti'KV. j-ti'i r.-r.i, vm .jtv v I Pl.JitXT, in hHrL.ll v s( ')! h,J, I III. I B, VOisTli't.Jit.S?,, i VI -i.YX TH XX, VtMVU'A, bi.Ot i m.S. :, al'w-l.nrn Hftiitig from I LMI ITITY OF TIIK ELOOT). til' nri. n( ! llMtll' .1 from Indtgtntum I'nni .Uh.ity f 'lit '. , I circulation, (If-tcriiiin, it, nil ui l.i:;., .. ; "l"lh lieirl.C"lil I'Hi (.ml :u :l f.N ot ll-lllfl I V?r lull I Mill V. Il Un M"t H- t'-t't 'line, n .... i i Jii, , I and I'nu.ii.u ( ; - f r e ; i -. r T . ,i ',! . ' !'-" . ;r r n, I relii;-iii it twre 1.1' tin uim'i. Um:tt. m v. r .'ihei , r.. ( Ifut i.i u us cc i!vr:-,' iti-ut: iii iiiiie-l.y H'l'd atmi'iv. icii' fl linn in us; k v: slct'ti? f l'K.MALK COMi'l.AlNTS. It wiirlc. wonili ri in ( in-nid' l -" .r . . t I) -. i', I mguftl.l n:lj, (itl-.-HU. Ai; I, J' i. !''., IrrtvUirtttf t,l tho li.i.'a.l. :i ti !.: U'.ls, ail! 'im i,i.n ; ,.,il U a till.ictll il in r.nitis all !, I .i.i. m' i ny removing niitiictioni, .-. n.l ruonatiry uu c .iir.-'il tvsuiin, it nivr lone mid sirsrtlidi A Jl-J.i- b uiV null thai ciinn, &.I i; niis ,il' - - Nervom disca'os m itilii v. nnd linn prevent.-, or relu cMi :,it o i . .ro l . o, dlM, 3 J'inil' imltc .Vw,' i,V I, Nf .I-..-' ;..- bmnn.hif, e'.jitlrptic C';.iii:ii;5ii.in. ... Il cle.ilidKi the lilond. excited ti.- Ih..t to lit-:.';!' f-lion, InliL'tf tho uloiii n il, nnd k;vi-h i;oo.f il j, i.-!.e-.. . tliff Isivven of lurur unit roa-tiii-ni.t::!, u,1,,, .:,n io.ui .:.- n, .lunlics the sk.n. .iimli.i lime --.il'it.o. ol iN- I. oi'd. poiducilli; gunUe vvurnilli cis illy nil i.itr n; li.,.i,-. hiiiI me nuen.siOle itiir..iiou ; fi . :i ; m, i . ... ,..,i Bes', removttl nil ..Mtrtlction -, and in eiin , in, p.iur nervum aysipin. Is not 0, h iN n The lutMlirin yci inv-frsiinr: !lr -i-t'il j But can any nt Ui. iloi.; in- . i i . jt n., ,,' im.-r or nrt.riu . -j ij.y, o-;.-.li COMPAIiKD WITH HI - 1 'I'l.-i I t lo THK OI,P P!!'S, hecsu'i ot .me i;i;..ii I' .il r, toai . ULK nf UKi'KRIOHA fl'i'v. am! Ivt.VhK Sl'OH.S, While the llth"r pi II,.-. ; .,, ;r,r, (.,,,,,. Ur buttles conniiiiniK it into I', imiinl-. ; im ip!od.nt(. and li.un o:,i..' i-liirr cl..d ! !: tiu .'iiinpiimiil Is. iiomonoii-. to nie s. ,i tad into il ,.y-ite.m ah cr.'i-j d sem i! ,r-'h ',. Ily9iii9in but and 1 On e not i.u k.hhi (,,,. ai, .nil h ,..id . ' in ' lb:-, l.orn .ii i - '. : ),t ' U ii:u c-in-.i- il. lt lW,l II lood uun In imr siniiinrns. iint inmclU'Ts n pnniiiri s I ti.itn lence, liciirtunru, i:.iiit:itrun ol the he ir;, over ei.i..pni,it dlsrrhii'i. tlyr.en!ery eelir. rir.n .-..r.-n r-i -.n oj the lilni I What Is rcrululn lull un ticul ln.inor in In., ln.iiy ! V, (,.,, liriidnccs nil the htinmr. nhii h I'rinjrun I rn :i,him nf tio Bkin, fcald llend.tii.lt lUn-uin. l:r)i)...iM. kv lute riiv. il Inn, Kevor Snieii. and all Nkrrmines iniorni.t nnd i-nrr-nil It Is niithillf under henven, Iml nn ntid M.l.n.inr.-. rti, , nun. nnij llmi spoil, hi I u." tltn.l ol the lindy. mere or less. VV'hiit cnusus llhi.iiii..ii..in 1ml n s.nir or m ill iliiul which lluln Hi lex If-ell ln'Uveen lliejninl. slid el e her. Irrltutinii mid nil!niiin;p thn iieiiotie i..,iks npoii ..men it acisl Hn uf nervoii. d,ie.i,e,. ot' iinpiiritv or ihe iilood. o, drmnKeil ciicnlniuiiu, mid m-.uiy tul tins' .iinncu h b tltlict hiininn rjiiture, Mow Ii II nut horrible to ninka and kell, ,uij .n,i,i,.f merit to use tins k SOL'ltlNG, FERMENTINO. ACID " COM- FOUND" l)V S. I'. TOWN SEN I), ind yet he wotila ft It he i 'lr.-l'-rt'.. -.( th-l (ilil l. .IncnH t'nwniiend's rnnin- tlrlf,'tn,U armparuia, lb ui Ull'l A l'l i.N of his Inferior prpr;inon ! ! Ilwven forbid thst we should deal in nn nrtirld which wdilij he.-.r the nm-t il-.l int re'cinlilnnr..' to S. I. Tnvrn irnd's iirlielt! nnd w hif h stinnid Imni; down upon the UiJ Dr. silr.h n innuntiiin lend nf rniuppiints i,m ci uiiinnlimi from iscents who h ,v mild, and nirch w.. uo lmi nied 3. H. Inwiisfnd's FKRM KNTIM; CUMI'i H M). We wish it undor-tnod, bernnse it is the ahilute trutk thr.1 e. P. Town-end s eriicle und old Dr. Jnruh Town wnd's Srinritla are Aennen-iri.ic npnri, ai.d tumteludt. titular; that they are unlike in evtry e.rtiLnlnr, bnv.ns nut une single thine In common. As S. P. Town-end 1 no dortir. nnd never ww, n nt. cheiiiist, mi phnriii ireini-kinms nu more ut n.e.l.c.a or diwern thnn nny other rtiiiiinon.iMir..i(.nil,ic. tlniimloslnnnl man, whatuaraatte can tho public have that they are re mvlng a pumine jriennrn; m-dirire, riiiiiamlna all the virtue, ol the articles ned in prep.,,!,,, i, Bml H " cnpniile nl chaiifun hirh m,;hi renUor ihom the ARF.M B nf Urease Inntcnd of health. lint whm elie should l. riffled from nnn who kni,w ii.ithiiiB coniparniively .it medicine or .!,..c ! Iiren.ilt.i a ,ern at ,. ...,.,.rie.r p. rook and serve '"" common dc, em m. ,.l. w lliuch mre mmrun, , tiie persons im iM-.nuf..rture niei!irin, ,n-siBn,d tor Wi.AK STOMACHS AND ENFKk.BI.KD llVSTtMS hniit.l lom -,. ,1,,. ,, ,.,-., properun, .d pinj,,, ,'h, ocsl manner nl sri iirinu ni-,i r..n, enirntint; ll.eir healmu virinen,,!,,,,,, Ii.(.,vv -li-i- nl v.ir,.,ii,d.ea.nj anirii n Heel the human lent, and now tt nd .pt rniedia tn the-e .Iit: ret ' Il is to arrrit frnu, up. the uiifliriunate. in pour balm Htnwnnnd.il humanity. M lumlle h nie in Ihe desnairla. Inisiiiii. to remnre liealll. and I nnd vinr int .hi crushed ai il ! f ken ai.d to li .nish Infiiinitv that Ol n l JACUH l uu .nkhMj has rt..'tiIT and VoiiM) t , on' purliniin mid ni. an In htlng In. ' (.ihii.I I iiK'ihitl Coucentruted Hemcdy within ihe rearh.and lo the kiniwlntr nf all whn ned It. Il.allh.-y may learn and kno.-, by jo.n.l eiperirnre tu 1 raiixcciidtiit l'over to Ileal. F. P. LUTZ, tt, filnom-bur(;..-niiK 'd9v TACOn F. DI ETTF.RH K.f,", J ,4. .YV t .. Is." i iMK -Vit.. .. "