The Columbian. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1866-1910, August 25, 1871, Image 1
KATES OP ADVERTISING. I.. lie Ono Inch, (twclvo lino or Its equivalent in Nonpareil type);ono or two Insertions, 1 1. SO SM. K. It. 11,00 16,00 110,00 7,00 8,00 15,00 9,00 12,00 18,00 11,00 17,00 25,00 14,00 20,80 10,00 2000 80,00 CO.OO 40,00 00,00 100,00 w 1'unt.taiiED kvi:hy fiuday mouninu iMTiin coi.UMntAN nuiLnixa kkaiitiik couiit uousn, nt.ooiisnund, I'A., )iy HENRY L DIEFFENBACH, r-niTon and rnorntETon, itirco locrtlonn, 11.00. Onelnch.,....$l50 Two lnrhc.. 3,50 Un. 13,00 8,00 7,00 9,00 Three Inches..,.,. S,00 Four Inches.......... 7 00 Qunrlcr column., 10,00 Half column. .15,00 Uno.colnmn.......JO,00 1,00 18,00 30,00 Tcras-Tws Collar: a Year payallo In adraneo. JOD miNTINQ ofatldcscrlptloiis executed with ncnlnenn nnd dlspntch nt rcmonnblo rules. Exocutor'H or Administrator' Notice, M.00 Auditor' or Assignee's Notice, (ISO. Local notices, ten cent a line. Cards In tho "HaslnOBnircclory"colnmn,J.no per year for tho first two lints, and SI.OO for each additional line. V0LUMKV1---N0,it. BLOOMSBUHG, PA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1871. COL. DEM. - V0L.5XXXV:- NO. 27 Columbia County Official Directory. v,,(,;r,r,l7P Wn.r.tAM lii.VRi.t.. "7v'nonilrtrl,.tA-VFt.MNnTON 11, F.nt. It&rlrlAttonw-V.. 11. IKKI.HI. 'nrvmr-lMAO Dkwitt. 7)T(lir(T DAVIH liwitNiin:ri. Climnlllllnwrs WlM.IAM O. 0,UICK, CYriuS ItoiiniNS, Hiham J, limvrn. (iwiriimmwi' Clerk WILLIAM KltlrKIlAUM, jUtttltnrnVt J. CAMl'Iir.LI., A. J. Al.llKlir.lo.v, DANIKI.I.rR. furoin-i .lotltf D, UnuCK. .invlvmiiifMlmicrj lsAAuMoBlstnKiJoiIJiMc- ANAl.t., lounlt Sii;Wi-fnifcif-CitAiiLr.i U, IlAnnt.r.Y, Illmm Jw JMrlcl Dlreclnrs, H. II. Mtt.t.Kll, WlM.IAM KltAMMI, lllnnm.bnrtr, nnd JnllMON IKII.I I!, UrcellWCHld, CHAUf.hH CO.". Nik, HeC'y. Eloomsburg Official Directory. ItintmsKvra lUmlhw Oi. John A. FunhtoN, Pn-sldeht, II. II. Unnl., Cinhlor. 1'irrt .Vriri'onnf y.'nnl UllAS, H. l'AXToN.Frcs't., .1. P.Tl'sl'IN.Ca'diler. OfiiMttltitXjttntj Mutual &ivtnrt ntwlrtml TtnnAt mmulioillU II, J.ITTI.K, l'in'l, C. W. Mll.l.l.H, Hec-J, IUotmihvrn IliitUUnq antl iZttvlittf fVml Aniona Irm .Iuiin Thomas. Pu-s'l., .1. II, llonisov, Mec. Jllnttmxhura Mitttntl .Srn'to -himI Anvietnliun J, J. lllloWt.lt, PlCftldCht.M, WlllT.M0ll.il, Hcc'y. Bloomsburg Directory. I AIT.lt 11AUS Jml receded nnd for unto at tho 1 Cumjmiiian unite " STOVKS AND TIN WAKE. TA.'oll MI1TZ, dealer In sloven iiml tlninvto (I Main street, nbovo court house CLOTHING, &(!. 1) AVID I.OWi:.NI!i:H(l,MerchnntTnl1or,.taln M .11 Hour IlllOYU .U1CT1CIIU UOUSC, WM. MOItl'.IH, Merchant Tnllor comer or em tio mill Main ht., over Miller's htuio. DituasrwiKjiicALH. AC. 1.1 I'. I.UTZ, l)rui:li nnd ApoIliecury.Miiln st, i'j. below tliu Posiomce. MOVl:U 11I!0-S., Drui'slsls mid Apothecaries, lirowor's block Main hi. CLOCKS, WATCHES, AC. IlKNUYZl'I'lMNdlUt, WnlrhCR, Hpcctncies A I 1 Jewelry Ac, Main Hired near West 81, i:. HAVAdll, ilenlcrln Clocks, Wnlches nnd V Jewelry, Main St., Jubt below thu Anie-ilculi House. Orangevillo Directory. Miscellaneous. A )' llKIlllINH A llHOTItF.lt,Carpcnlcrsnnd "NTEW STOCK OP CLOTHING. ii, milliters, .nam Kl., nclnw I'lno. I XI HOWint A llKUHINO, denier In Dry (Inods, (Irocerlcs, Lumber nnd eeucrnl Mcrcliniullse, Main st, BHtCK lIDTKf, and refreshment Pnlnnn, by HohrM'JIciiry cor.ofMnlnnnd riuost, DTI. O. A. Mi:(IAllOi:i.,l'liyslelnn nnd Surgeon, Mnln st,, next door to (Jood's Hotel, DAVID IimtlliNd, FlnurnndOrlst Mill, nnd Dealer In Brain, Mill Btrcet. T A M r.H II. 1 IAUM AN. Cnblnet Maker nnd Un" I dcrlnkcr, .Main Ht., below I'lno. WlM.IAM I)l'.I,ON(l flhoemnliernl.d manufac turer of llrlck, Mill Ht., west of I'mo Kroshnrrlvnl of HO.M.MKU (100DM. DAVID Lowr.Niir.nu Invites ntlcnllnn to his slock of CHI1A1' AND FABIIIONAIIM: CI.OT11INO. athlsstoroon MaJjiKlreel, InHhlvo's block, ono door Wtslof C, C, Mnrr's store, liiooinsourg, l'a., whoro no Ims Just received from Now York and Philadelphia n full assortment of MKN AND HOYH' LT.OTIIIN(l. SmidMaliLctmefsMplows 'nclndlnj; tho mo,t fashionable, ilnrnblo. M,d , I hnmUoliio QAMIIi:i,HIIAni'I.r.t,MnkcrofthoIInyhnrsl L, , , 1)UI'.S3 OOOIW, O Ornln Cradle. Main Ht. consisting of i:OX,HACI', ItOCO, (1UM, AND ()lf,-(l LOTH COATSAND l'ANTH, of nil sorts, sl?es and colors. Ho has also replcu- Ished his already laruo stock of FAI.lt AND WINTF.KHIIAWLH, ivriiinii), FHiunnD, and w.ain vkmth HIIIl'.TH, CllAVATII, HTOCKB, COLLAI'.H .Ni)i;i:ucim:KH,uf,ovri, u.si'i:.vi)i:iw, and fancy akticlki l!o nas constanlly on hand n laiiro and wc1I-m ictf-dnsiortmcnlof CLOTHS AND VIMTINUS, which ho I.i prepaled to mnko in order intonny kind or clothlngi, nn very short notice, nud In tho best manner. All his clothing Is made lo wear, nnd MoH of It Is of honioinnnufacturc. aOLI) WATC1I1H AND jr.W'if.UY, ol every description, tine nnd ehrnp. Ills caso ot Jewelry is notsurpiused In thbilplaco. Call nnd examine his general nsMirtmcut of CLOTIIINU, WATU1I1X JUWIILUY, AC. Janl'71 DAVID LOWIlNllllttO. ' lias bad Its lints gLOOM KKIIUY. Tho Itlnnm I-Vrrv rnmnntiv nnd malH tlmrniinhly irpnlriMl ntul I now In i(.,mum'HN tu (hi nil usuni icrryiiiir 111 niiy rriini nlilti hour. Tho iiinlcr,ttm'(l will lo In nttcn (Inncontnny tlinotownll upon nnloTiirrn nl call. A H V h E X 1) 1 1) o i: i, v, s t t: oittiA N with two mnr liiinus ATinmi: Biorn, can houonght for SIUO nt J, iSII.I, rianii Wnicrooms near Forks Hold, mayl2'7l-Cni. Catawissa. I F. DAI.LMAN, Merchant Tailor, Hccoml Ml. b. Ilobblus' llulldlng. JLOOJIHllUHOJtAHUIiKWOUKS. OUNTON ft HTKI'-H, (Successors lo A. Wltman.) Uf Mieetfultv Inform Iho rubtin that they nrc now lutly pitliauil lo do all kinds of work In Ibelr Hint nr fiiislticvft. unoii riaKoiinbln terms and shoit notice, Hutlsfnelloii warrnnted In nil ewses. Jau.l.).'7-ly B nit.J. l, JjHocondHt HOimiNtf, Hurccon nnd l'hyslcl.iii below Math. nlLllllUT A KLINll, dry goods, Rrocerles.nnd U ceneral mcrctinndlse, Alain Hlrett r II. KIHTLF.lt, "Cnttnwlssa Douse," North J , Corner Mnln nnd Becniid Htrects. I Kl'.ILKlt, Illllnrd Kalnoii, Oysters, nnd Ieo JJ. leum in M'asoil .Milium, i M. 111101IHT,denIerln(lencinlMcrch!iudlKe ill. Dry uouuh, uroccrlesiVc, CltTSOltr.tlANNA or llrlck Hotel. M. Koston- O bander l'roprlttor.sollth-cnstcoriicrMalnnuil neromi nire(.i M. II. AlIllOTT, Attorney nt law, Main Ht. Buck Horn. iM1 LiLUIt'8 BT01U3. M. O.A W. 11. fHOIlMAKI'.It, dealers III dry iiooi s. Kioei l i'S unit L-eiHiiii ineieiiaiHiise. i' irsi sioro in souill end oi lowu. I OI LS lMIUNUAUD, Wnteh nnd Clock maker. I J near HoulheaHl corner Main nnd Iron sts. Philadelphia Directory. jICUAHDSOX L. WJliailT, ,1.. ATTOIINIIY AT LAW, NO. lisKOUTH HIXTH hTltr.llT, 1'lllT.AliKI.l'ltIA Inn. 1'71-ly ('ATIK'AK l", Watch nnd Clock Mnker.Mnr kcl stll et, below Main. HOOTS AND SlIOKS. II M. KNOIIK, Denier In Hoots nnd Slboi s, latest 17. nnd best styles, coineT Main nnd Matket Mlieels, In Iboold l'ost OIUci'. DAVID lliri'Z, Hoot nndShoemnker. Main St., below Hurl man's st ore, w est of Mai ket. Ui:NllYKI.i:iM,Manuf.ielnier nnd dealer 111 Itnuls nnd Hhous, (Jroccilcs, etc., Mnln street, 1 ..ist llloomstiiiii;. t il. 1IKOWN, llnot nnil Kho.'niiiker, Main U. htreet, under llrown's Hotel. I'JtOl'KSSIONAIi. l!. II. ('. liownil, HurRcon Dinllst.Malnst., i iio tmvo Iho Court House. U. W.M. M. I'.inilllt, Surseon nnd I'lo slclnn, l j i.jie'll.tuKu jioe'io el luu h uoou hloie. IK. II, 1'. KINN11Y, Kiirt'ion HenlM.-Teetll J, iii.ii'ieu wiinoill p'tinj .Mum st., ueiilly op Mtu Hplseoput Cbuieli, ( (I. HAltKI,l:V. Attorney-. t-I.nw. Olllee.ai J. lloorln l.xcliiiusullluck,n..rlho"nieliaui;a I II. Ml'KHI.Vy.M. DHursonn nnd I'bjblelnn . . inn i ii muu ..nun si., uciow .n.u Ke I, f It. 11VANH, JI. I).. SurKi nn nnd 1'liyslclan, tt houiii hiuo iniu siieei, iieiowiniKei, I ('. l:UTTi:it, M. D. Kiirition mid Pbyhlclnn tt .Mtiri.ei hiiici,uuou .Minn, I 11. ltOMISON, Attorney.iil.Liiw, OUUoIlurt (I. iimii'H bulldluK, Main street. T HI. ICEIM1KATIT, O e with 11A11NKS, 15KO. & JIKMION, HATH, CAPM, HTUAW (IOODH A FUIUI, No. 5m Market direct, (Abovo Fifth,) Pltll.AllLLI'lltA. "yAlNWlUGJlT & CO., VI HUl,lAI.i: UKOCl.KH, N, I'. Corner Second nnd Alch Hllecls, PiiiLAiinLrnlA, Dealers in THAH, HYUUP8, COI'FHi:, SUOAlt, MOLASS1W men, hi-icw, in cAisn soriA, .ic, ac. 40nlers will receive prompt nttentlon. mny 10,07-tf. i iii iiiiiii TmaTirrriiiPiiMPni i iiiinn mum Business Cards, c. 35. I5UOGKWAY, ATTOItNKY AT X.WY, ltl.ooMSnL'lin, r.. JiffLr.IXKltY & FANCY GOODS, i.i rr.TIIHMAN, .MlUinory nml 1'nncy Ooodi, lit OppUSUU i.plM'OJlUl l.IHllCli, Bl, fl ISH i.V.'.l: llAUICLUY, Mllllucr, Humsey Miss M. niiUUICKSO.V, Millinery nmt Tuncy (iiHMls.MulUHt., below Mjtiket, 7ltH. i:. KMNII.MUMiicry m jU Mnln htrt'tt hvUtw Muiket. R1 KM. JULIA A. & HADi: UAUKMIY. Liullib' III (.'lnuks nnd Drcai l'iitlunu, uoultaul cuiuor fiuin ana cnibts. rplli: M!Si:H IIAHMAN MIIIIiutv nnd Fancy i-OrFirr Court Itouno Alley. In tho Co- li. TUUNEU 1'IIYHICIAX AND tJUIIOr.O.N', iir-ooM.siiUiu), pa, Oi rici; fiver Lutz'H DiuirSlnrp. KoslWrno MmkiU Mutt, Ist ilunrheluw la-v, I). J. Wiilh r. lit CltJ U. AnUIlMiY AT li.WV, OMlrpt'ouil Hmisn-Allev. hrlow Iho CoUTM- II! VN (inicc. llimnlli'B. llnck-ruv nml l't-tivlnits I l.uvo icmovcillhclrHtoroto tho mom furmcrly f cuipltd hyMendcnlinll.nn Miiltiitieet,UimiiiM luirjj, neatly opposite Ilia i;p!scnpat Chinch wiit'iu they arotU'lcrnuiudtosfltonnHiiiodenilo tt mis us can ho p ocured elso where. TIiIit stocl: comptIi s laijii;:' DniiH noons vi mo cuoicchi siyiCH cml Mlost fashion trvntin r with a largo nsfonmrnt or Do Coolq n.u,l (j cerlcs, conslstlni; of tho following i lUcJr- Carpets OH Cloths, iansln.fri"s), Hlmwln, n.uitiiilK, Vhltjl. .,!(., l.lmiiK, Jf.op Skills llolh.wwaru Ct'd.irware tluecniiw H u rd ware loots and Hhoep, Il.itH nnd Capt Hoop NetH, limhrelhiR, JJnoklng(IlasttMt To'mccn, Coltto, 'f 1111, lUro, All-piw, (Jlncr, Clnni-hinn, XutJin-y ANtt NtvnUNR ClUNlUtAr.LY. In shoit, evtrylhlitR mniiliy kept lo (ountrj lou'R.lo which Ihey Invito tho utlentltm of Hi public Kencrally. Ttio hlshcfit prlco will 1m p.iio for country prj'liuo in oschnnny for cooiH. H. IX. MUJsKlt&HfW, iniioiiiwlii: r- 1'u nprS'TI tf Business Cards, AKUAINS-UAIIUAINH. QUICK SST.M ANn flMAM. I'KorlTS. HAVIi YOUIt MONKY. (loin HHNItY YOST. Hast lltonmstiui'ir. Pa . lor nil kinds of tho hist IIOIUU ILUU I'liy lllllllM r i; ii i i u ii i: . Prices re.isonnllu mid Iho best work done. Jan 1'71-tf gllAUl'LESS A 1IAUJIAN, In eons I iteration nf tnnrlnrr down mir works and lehulldliiK which will ho commenced very unon wo nro oltcilng plows, Rtoves, Ac, al greatly reduced prices, 11. V. nil A ltlIiKM4 A. l R. ItAHMAN, llloomfthurir. l'a. l'ronrlotors Mar.M.'hy-tf. Miscellaneous. S h a t i: it o o v i n a, EVERY VARIETY MOST KAVOHAULE 11ATE9, JOItN TIIOMA1, AfP CAHl'l'dt J. TJIOMA3 Iot,C?7, KJoomfihurs, l'a. J il.n 17 TkrAGAZINIiDAlLYtfeWKEKIjY 11X VAVlllUi QV ALU K'INIW AT TI t V. 11-30IC STOUK UlTCHtrnTim COUKT I10U3K. Al-io an uHiortmi'iit nf l'orlemonnalcs. l'asi HockH Mid At count Hooks, constantly on hand. Honks tint on hatul ohlnlned nu ulioit notice. ev linokH nro cu-lnutly I o t ulc auuea to ino llloomshurii Cliculalhn; Library." Amoui; Urn lati Nt r.to "(iullt and Innocence,'1 "Motherless," Mr Harry," Hot Hpur of iiumblethwau," ana jic-niueni, cic apr i, i i 11 JKNV OltUAK AND PIANO y a i; i; it u u .mm, oufiAxs .t l'XAsos roiiHW.r. on installmiinth, 1'lanrs from nil ilrst-clns uialteri, from ;.V0lo ?n). t)Li;nin itom $iutn S7U. a Kpiciuiui urau 'itu'iuM'. 2 isl-L ni'tN. and Irinntlii with nanclcd lllacle Walnut Case, unly $rji.nt. HIiibio lectl, mi mo easu an above, JIi. I havo made arraiiKt. inenU lo have Iho lalet niiislofin hand as Mim as nnblNliett. Ti'.u htrK nmolled at renulnr dis count. Wureinonia, :,Ialu hlntt. near Korlis Hidel. tf. J, W. MWM, IIAUNUSH, BADDM:, AM) T1UINIC MANUKACTUllUIt, and dealer In cauim;t-i:aoh, valisi:h, ri.Y-:; At'., POISKHT F. CLAKK, J. V JIOTKLS AND SALOONS. i;i)ltKH IIOTKU hy T. Ucnt. Taylor, raKt end V ot MaliiBlrtct. jvkuoiiants and anocKits, 1 U. MAUI!, Hry Hoods nnd Notions, houth' A'lTOUNHY AT LAW, OHlco Main Klrcet below tho Court House. I'IooiusIjutk iVnu a, if. IiITThE7 ATlUIi.M.v AT ij.Y, Ofllco Pouit-Hoiif,o Allev. below tho CoLUM iiian uiuee, iiioomHuurc i n, yETHHINAHY. ALUUftl 1'1W1..I', public as a eelibralcii HOUSE AND COW DOCTOU, nml nil nl hrr niilinnls. for whh h his ( Inn l'CM a III : : . : . . " . . . iiioiii'iiiie, no can niwavH no imiiin easi hiu i llcrwlcl: loail, ncai. H.-iacoby's laibio luui, iiinnnisuuit;, .May i., i-iiy. J ,'thteoincrM.ilnaud JionstH. A. IIKCKM'.Y, Hoot and Hhoo Mote, hook it. a hiai lonely, Mam hi., below iMarkit, ii J ACOHM, Contcctlouery, groctrlcH etc., Main riOX A WK11I1, Confectionery and llakery, X V. IIUll'r.;itU II1U1 lllltll, i.XtIiailU IllUtlt) 1? J. THORNTON I fl-J wonhl announco tn Iheeltlzen 1 biin; niut Iclnllj', that ho husjiut ie i H Owl, It, llatsandCnps, llootdandHhocJ, laui bi uuovu uoun Jumbo, nfioflllnomK- lect ived Hlu and cotupu to assoitmetit nt WAhh I'Al'KU, WINDOW BHAHJJH, FlXTUltFS, COUPH, TAHf)P.IJ, and nil other oodk In his lino of bnKlnet.. I ibo newchi nnd niosi nppmwu j-uutriiH oi in day aio nlwnj tt to bo loinul In his t-KtabllMimen An Q C. JI A It It lKiwJiptrcetlvrdfioni Iho tastcin markets a laigoand well selected stock of D It Y O O O D H , C0NSI8TINU OF ('ailment, .leans, lie t bleached A Urnwn Musllnt, CjUIcooh, TkkliiK-i, Tublo LlneiiH, Cotton A AH wool llautu h, ic, &c A'eood (.tocb of Ladles dress goods, Tialest slyks a patti-ni'i. Hplwes of all kliulrt, (Jooil block groceries, liuoensware, Htono ware, Wood & willow warp, Flour A Chop, Also Kitchen CiyUal Moan for clean! hi; Tin, HraHs.tSc. All goods hold cheap for c.isli or pio- duce, Ho would call tho attention of buyers lo hlu I welt and carefully holccled assortment which wmprihCHeveryllis usually kept In tho couu try, feelliiR confident that ho can htll them goods nt Mich prices as will euiuro satisfaction, Jan 171-tf l C MAI'.U. nurfAi.o iioin-i( nonsi:-iir,ANKFT! ,hIch ho feels eonfldent ho can rellnt lowir ralo than any othi r peihon in iho loumy, jr.X' amino lor ourKeHt a. Shtp oppot.lt u tho ro-t OIIlco, M.In Ktuet, jtiniMusniiri;, i a. Alii. &, ls7u. jy E N T I S T It Y. II. C. HOtVni:, DUNT1HT, Kffipectfully olTcrs his profcpslonal Kervlcei to iiiu iniiH'N iiim K4uii(.'incu in iiiimouiiMiri; una vi clnltv. HolHiucnartdtoattend toidltho varl o.ih operations lu Iho lino of his iirolcshlou, anil Is provided with thoIa(entimpioed I'nKCKr.AiN ihKTii wnicu win no nmerieti on yoiu piuiitu; Hll er niut rubber b.-iisn In limit nu well natlio nat ur.il teefh. Teeth extracteil hv all thu newaiW mostnpproved methods, auO all operatlonn uu tho teetli caieiullyaud piopeily attended tn, Ueslileuco and olllco a low t'oorn aliove the Court Houve, bflmo nuio. jiiooiuhburi;, Jan, 171 ly Q h () Ii K M U T U A Ii INSUItANCK C03IPANY UK NEW YORK. r H. MAIZI. Mammoth Umeery, lino dm il. rerles, I'iuUm, Mulu, rioljlon, Ac., Main ami lion ninein. 711 KIJA'Y, N HAL A- I o., ilenleixln lny (Jnotls, Xii. uinruni, r mnr, v i i u , nun, r in, 4 1 oil, iS I (iteX, H. cor. Main mid MaiUet tin. CJ H. MILLKH A M)N, dealers In IhyUoodH, p), (Jroccilcs, (Jiiei tjhuaie, flour, hull, Mhoes, NntiotiM, ctc.Malubt, MISCELLANEOUS. lONSTA lU,r.H ULANKtt for wile at Iho Coi.UM- j 1IIAN uiuco, ( M.CHUIHTMAN. HaiUlto, TriuikAHarnef,s- U. niauer, HniveH niocic Main Kiut 1, l W. I tOlUlINS.llriiior dealers conddnorliom if i;ouuwcti. corner Jiam uuu jioumk. r(i J.THOKNTUN, Walt l'apfr, Window HhadCH tit aim iiiiuieH, itupen uiock, iviam fit. BUSINESS CAllDS, VIHITINll I'AltDH, r,i:rn:ii uuads, HIM, llllADt', PllU(HtAMMIi, l'OHTIUlH, AC, Al'. Neatly nml Chcajily J'rlntnl From Iho I.nttntHtylisofType ntthe COLUMIIIAN OFFICK. JOOTH AND HIIOES. C1.AUI1 1. iu;u 1, MAIN Hnil.KT, ITNDMt lll'.OWN'H I,. CI COKF.Mj, rnriiltme ltoomn, Ihieohlory I' bride, Main HUcet, wett oi MntUet bt. II iu)hi:nhtoci 11 1 A I Iyer's Htole-, Main ht 'hotogrnpber, over Uobblim A lull nnd rompleto nKsoitmcnt of icady mnde bnolH nnd hbiHNlor lni-n. Molnt'li nnd enllilli'll J nut rieelMil nml for halo lit iiiimiiiiiIiUi iiiIi-k, vnriiiiiMio Minim euiKsiN in cuslomerK. 'inn liehtoi 101K ilonu nt fchoi 1 110IU0, nu lie 11 lofore. V.O V ,11.11 1, L.,11, ij.111 1 ,1. JjTTKW STOVK AND TIN HHOP. J"AIAU llAliKUL'il, MaliiKlrtutouodoor abovo 1!. Meiuleiihan,n Hloie, A larso aBsoruueui or moves, 1 1 en torn nnd isannen'oiiHiuiuiy on nauu, aua for sale 11 1 the Inui'hl lilt lH. TlnnlinitnalUts hranchcH carefully attended to, iind hattslactlou tfuaranleed. Tin wnrK 01 au eiuuh wnoiesaioanii retail, A Mill IS IlllUlbUU, Jan 171 TVT 13 W 0 O A Ij Y A R D, Tim underhlirned refpectfutly Inform the fiureuK 01 iiionmfcifurK hiki 1 oiumoia couuiy. 1 that ihey k.eeiitui iuouiiieieiuiiiimoerfit)itiioe coal and selected lump coal lor Kinjthlnn mirpo- hes,fu ineir wnari, kojoiuihh di iveivy. chia Co'h Furnace; with a good pair of llntUlo ticales i.iVii ii.ii 1, i.imJ.wi ,1 r Muil8Qu,ii Copper Likewise a homo and wagon, to deliver coal to j iubulurLimitnlnt;l.od. thoso who deslro It. Athey purchaho a lnree - ..... .. ... . 1 ' "' 1 1 I 11 mini nt nf i hi I l hov hit on it tnlrot'it n. kinmrlnr 11 r VOTH ltOOKS. anil ld:uilyNW)Ti:sl,withor with- llcle, and Hfll al tho very lowest priced. 1'leaso , ...lv v...-.w.., - ... vwviu 1 tun a nil exiiuuuu 10 r j mi'uvi vt" uemi m imihu.m' luirclhewhtro. J. W. HHNHHUSHHT, AlIllllMI I1M AIAhll.. rPHK untlprsltrm-'il will trtko In ox- -a. cuaugo ior coal ami uioceries, ino louowinc 1. uaiv. l-oia j mcat.lJiUU r JOHN 0. JACOUY'S BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY! UKUWICK, l'HNN'A. Tho iiinli islt'iif d would rrsiectfullv tnloim tho Clfiins oi lltiwlek, and vicinity, thai ho luiH opemu a I'oiueiiioutry aim unueiy in 0tl TKLLOWrt' HALL, Ilerwlclc. l'a.. 'whero ho Is nreraiedto fuinlsh 1 ail Kiiiiisoi I'LAl.N' AND FANCY CANUIKS, FIIKNIJH CANHIIX, l'OIlKIHN AN I) DOMCSTIU ritUITH OUANOLS, LHMONrf, HALSINH &C Ac, Ac,, Ac, i;y wiiowale anij kktah.. AniniiL' ibo ahhortment will bo founil Cream PilllK, i.ngiihu waiuuis, n mmix, auooiius, v u bellN, 1'Iuk, Apples, Cocoa NlitH, Jellies n tllflei' eiiL klmls. Miibtaiil. I'aUun. l'lcklew. Chocolate Ciiuui d Fin It nt all kinds, Cnm htatch, I'.wi HI tn . mm ii wieners, uitiier t lamerH. liic Soap, Wittluy I'upcr, Aciceimnt l'.ipeih, V.n veIo es, PISH AND OYSTERS, I H, KUnN.UealerlnMeat,Tallow,ete.,Chiin' j t'oiiu miey, itaroi Anu-ricau iiuuhe, 1) H. UINaLKIt, denier In pianos, nruana and U niclodumw.mu, w.Coiell'itlutultuie rooms fjAMUKIi JA('OHY,Maiblo and llrown htono I n orlts, iMkt jiloonnibuiB.r.erwlclc rond. I A ml iM-nihieo nf all kinds, rush llrtnd nn Caluiewiy day. Ieo Cuum In Heasou, You ,m""UB0M""CI""' JO.IX11.JAC011Y. Ilerwli k, Jnil"l-tv c N F E 0 T 1 O N E il Y , 'I't.n mt.l.ivkli.iirhl wi.nl.l r. i.r.rt Oil 1 1 ,,11 ,.. to tho pubtlo tbiil ii hint ope-nod n FI1WT-CI.AS.1 CONFKCTIOh'IlKY HTOlill, In thobulhllnis lately occupied hy Tux A V,V1 whutu be In pripuieaio nu iiinli nil minis Light Street. Hamuli iit-llr-lou U'lu.iil. II 11.. I'urii llntu. l'nlit: if r. OMAN .t I'o.. Wlit i.lu-rh.hiu ii rLi" ,in,r ''.'ch, I.nrd. 1 1 am.KliDU Ider.nlid side incut. Illlttf'l 11, ulioMitSchool Hoiue, J;-'""' "ciit Iho hlghcht casli prlcen,at hl OIIN A.OMAN, Mnuaf.icturer nnd dealer In toil J lb. Uroeeiy Htore, iidjolnlnu Ibelr coal yurd, ioU nnd bhoi I'.louimbuiB Mur. 19,'dD.ly J. W.IIKNDIUISIIOT. I)l;Ti:it 1 INT. dealer In Dry Ooodn iirocfrlen, i HKENWOt 1 Hoiir,l'eed,Hmt,Fb,li,lioii,Niilu,ele.,Malii (j'"'1' ul wl' . ' The Fnirrerm of I OOU SEMINAHY. I) H. ii nit IIh liruneheH, IllH llnnr.ll.,.. .,,.lllnlMl u..l.nl ;NT, dealer In Htoe and 'I'lu wmu In "i:V,11M. r,,ri,i,i. ouuri -Vor . i,.v. .1 .,i,.. liiiuio, i iihiiiul;, i.ikihb, au., . . .iiml 'i'ulllon, per linuiter, . . ,7 ml in Mm " Jimnllo Clam, . . J3(fllo61io WJI. lll'IKIPas, Principal. .Mlllvllle, mi. co,, 1'u., June, im. I'm 1 iAIN A FANCY CAND1US, FUUNCICCANDIUS, FOP.r.lO.V A DOMESTIC FI1U1TH, NUTS. llAl.SINH, AC, AC, AC. by wnoi.icsAi.K un ketaii.. ill niioii. i. nut iihfioi un til. in mi iiii.iin i hla lino of InmlnehN. A cieat variety of DOI.I.B, TOYH, AC., HUltnblefor tho Jfolldaya, Piiitlcnbtr allmitii Klen iu II It i: A I) AND OA K11H, or nil klmla, frenh ovcry day, CHP.IHTMAH OANDIKH, CIUHTMAH TOYH. A call Ih Hollclliit, and uatlsfuctlon will I liiiiiuinieeii. Jan l".I-ly ICCKI1A1IT JA101IS Espy. un a. itmt (JiocerlcH.and lUnciarMeRhandltio' 1N S U Jl A N 0 E A Q E N 0 Y K. ', "''O'lAUD.A lllt0..denler In Dry aoods, li ARE CHANCE. ETrwiciSrM ,L0U,wfa MILUi.C.H.KowKT, AlV.tHAi.K-ARecond-lmna"ArIoIi"Vlano.forleJ nruo 8J7."i, cost S.VA Jhl Mineiho luHlnimeut v yoiiiluc - yiCtua Fulton N, Y North America City International N, , NhiKara N. Y AU'ICIIUU.H , Hnrlnutlehl li'iii nipm1 I iiinvlllu N.Y.. J 1). Wi:UK-lli:iHi:u.UooliindBliooHloronud .New-Vo k ml n Atbnnv Ul.y ........... innnnliieloiy. Hudn on Main Htiect on- Sit f. iS'rJiJ.iS I ,,.I I ,, in .iLlin.r.l1.! Hunvll c, ijoijni Then, pomioiuomeuiu Mill, . "-' , ', n-r.: r-Llii tl Vi ..T I iimc, is. ... r-nviiuic. .tume'tiH loronuAvieit, 'I1 iiS'' m"oa,H'. t;-"1'ehauuu PlnulUB Mill Atlantic. rj, i Uermunln, N, Y I2II.IXI l.l.HI.OI) I HI.UII :iwv tvi.imn 1,IU), 1,1111). K-fO. 670.11 61HI.IIIIII tlXl.Uk) Mutual. I.IIKI.K.I Mnllstlci r Aiiiorli'nn .l.iuni.ilUir. Tho AMi:iiicANNi:wsrAPi;ii Dnii'.c touy for 1871, just Issued by Messrs. Gen. i. Howell & Co., proprietor.! of llto American Advertising Agency of New York City, contains ccrtnlu tnblcs of statistics which liavo licen compiled with enre, nnd can ho relied upon as substantially correct. They cover n field of research which no btnllstlclan has beforo touched upon, nnd furnish food for reflection and wonderment. Tho following nro ti few of tho many facts which it study of Iheso tables re veal. Tho whole number of periodicals Is. Hied In tho United States is 5,083, with 7.1 to bo mldcd far tho Territories, ntul "il nro prlntid In tho Dominion of Can ada, and in tho Uritlsh Colonics, inaUlnj; u rjrrnd total of (i,I.H, of which fiOTaro dally lis trl-wcokly, l'JOscml weekly, fi.Oiawiokly, 21 bi-weekly, 100 "eml-inonlhly, 71i monthly, 11 bl monthly, and VI nro Issued quarterly. .Now ork lias tho largou number of mbllcatlonM, tOl, of which 071 nro irlnled In Now YorkClly, nnd Nevada has Iho smallest number Issued in nny State only in. Nevada has moro dally than weekly pipers, nnd Is itnlmio In this respect, ovcry other Stato bavins from thrco to ItcIvo times as many weeklies as dalllu. Trl-wcokly papers aro moro commcn In tho South than seml-wccklles, willo In tho Northern States tho facts arc rovtrscd. Tho largest number of daily papers published iu any Stato Is SO, In Now Wk. rennsylvatla is Boeoud, with 01. Next comai IPIuois, with SS, nnd California has 21, bsing tho fourth on the list. Ueiawaro and l'lorida havo each 1 daily papo.-. Kansas hits as many as Vermont, West Virginia, AlMsalppI and Arkansas combined Nebraska and Novaila have each moro dallies than cither Oregon, Hhodo Is land, South Carolina, Vermont, West Virginia, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Jlaino, or Mlsslssppl. Of tho 7" publications Is3ticd regular ly In tho Territories 13 aro daily and fiO weekly, :) tri-weekly, 1 scmi-wcckly, 1 appears monthly, 1 semi-monthly, and 1 bi-weekly. Tho papers of Jsow York Stnto have tho largest circulation, iwcraglng 7,111 each Usuo. Aiassachusctts is second with 5,709 average; then comis tho District of Columbia with I.323. No vada has tho smallest average circular tlon, only ulti, whllo Florida nvcrages CKJ,, Arkansas (MO, Texas 701, nnd JIlS' sisslpjil 753. Tlio averago circulation o all daily papers published Is 2,717, of tho weeklies 1,003, and of tho month lies -1,(151. Tho averago edition of all tho papers piintcd Is 1,812, which, mill llpllcd by (1.I3S, tho entire number of publications, gives 21,S.1S,70ii r.s tho number of copies in tliich an adver tiseinent would appear if inserted one in all. Tho sniio advertisement, continued ouo year, would bo prinlci tho enormous number of 1,100,022, limes. Tho total number of publlea members through tho columns of 72 publications, of which ti nro weeklies, fid monthlies, 3 scmt-monthllcs, 3 bi monthlies, nnd 11 quarterlies. Nearly, If not nil, tho schools of med icine havo their representative organ, which circulates among its ndmlrcrs nnd Is criticised severely by its colcm porarics whoso views dilTcr from It nbout tho "healing of tho nations," whllo thcro nro a number that furnish Intelligence of Interest lo all medical men, ns well ns'.tho general reader, without taking sides for or against any particular school of incdlclno. Most of tho colleges and many of tho Stato Hoards of Education lmvo their reprcsentnltvo orgin, besides sovcrnl publications that treat educational mat ters In a general way. Of this class wo havo 81 In tho United States nnd 0 In tho Dominion of Canada. They nro mostly monthlies, with nn occasional weekly, bl-weokly and quarterly. Tlin Inrffl rdllna linvn llioti-nnn Tho largo cities havo their commer cial pnpcrs'wlilch aro nearly nil Issued weekly. Iinuranco Is discussed through tho medium of 10 special publications, 12 of which nro Issued monthly, nnd n number or llicm being noted for their superior typographical appearance. rreemasonry, temperance, oilil-rol-owsblp, music, mechanics, law, sport- tig, reat estate, and woman's suffrage, havo each their representative organs, many of which aro edited with ability nnd havo cxtonslvo circulations, and net largo incomes to their enterprising piiuusners. 'ino list or class publications is in- creasing rapidly of late, Its ratio of In ereaso being greater than that of tho cntlro press of tho country taken to gether, owing, probably, to tho fact that tho incrcaso of wealth and popula tion of tho country mnko it possiblo nnd profitable lo publish class papers where, hut a very fow years back, they couiii not navo ueen mnuo son-support- inc. The number of papers published In other than tho English langnago 1 growing rapidly, owing to tho lmmcnso Immigration from foreign countries especially CJcrmany, Frcnee, Scandi navia nnd Italv. Tho pulillcallons printed in the uer man languago in tho United Stales number 311, and tho Dominion of Can nda 0,and aro over thrco times as many as tho sum of all tho other publications in foreign hiacuasrcs combined. Tho publications in tlio I'rciicli lan guagc aro confined principally to Louis lana and tho Provincoof Quebec, where tho lantruaco Is in common use. Tho Scandinavian publications uum her IS, and nro confined entirely to tho West and North-west, (with a sing: exception, that of a dally, semi-weekly and weekly In !Now York City), th Immigrants from Denmark, Norway nnd Swncdon having principally settled there. Many of tho thriving Western towns havo been almost entirely built up by the.-o Industrious nnd frugal pco plo, who ttto their native tonguo uni versally, and frequently never learn the English language. In tho Spanish languago thcro aro but 7, Ilollanilish C, Italian 1, Welsh 3, From the Philadelphia Lodger. The rii'lioohimster Aliro.nl. lions printed In an entire year In North Bohemian 2. Portuguese 1, Cherokco 1, Carolina will supply only four copies to llono of wuicli havo a very wldo circu oach Inhabitant equivalent to one paper itxUon or influence, owing to the reason my rrermnn, Piesldcnl, 11, C. Ficiman.Ktc Ciwli capital over S.'.OIW.MJO, all paid. It. KODISON, illiOOMSUUltCl, PA ailNF.IlAf, AOIlN'T, For I.iuerne, Lycoming nnd Columbia e'ounllcs. AllU. 20,'M. to every soul onco in thrco month Mississippi, Floiida and Arkansas do but Httlo belter, furnishing a copies per year. Alabama, Minnesota, South Car olina, Texas nnd Yest Virginia all print less than enough to give each in h that the population speaking theso lan guages is comparatively limited and widely scattered. EXCHANGE DAK Ell Y ll A n j C O N F E CTIO N E H Y , iii.ooiisimuu, pa. Tho llmlci&lncd, fiurccM.nrs of I', Wlilmycr, mild ii-MicrtluUv aunouueo Hint Ihey hao alien the wcll-mtahtlidiid hlaml iccently oi-cu- ledbyllio nliovo iinnuu, in iiinoim-iiiirir, nun rt-pnrt-d to t-oiitliiuo iho bu.lnei.ii of mantif.ic- urluiilid tielllutr, by WllOLKMAI.il AND HIITAII., nnfi pllnni-rv nf ever' htvlo nnd kind. AUo. buy will have at all times n complelo supply oi bo luht and lu-hlu-sl lin ad anil Cake. 1'iiilles lihlilus nny till, i'j In this lino will llud It Iu their Ivuntngu to call on us. AN ICE CHEAM SALOON Ik nihil d lo Iho chtnbllshmellt, nnd ladles nnd liters uho may p.iiioiuu us, may it-iy uinui nun i f 1 1 1 vlinr rltiiicr auiuiloii. A liasonahle liaro oriiuhli'i liillloltni'O Is rt-slK-ot full voliclt.-.l. Ha-plieriy, l-eniou, nud olher Hyiups, In l.uya nnd fclnull iiuautllli'., enntanOy on nanil. j'l.ejii.n (K ni i.i.ivi.1.. May 5. ll.-U- TT C. IIOWEK, hasopemdn Crbt-clasn HOOT, HHOF., HAT CAP, AND FUIt KTOUK. at thooldhtnndnn SiatnStrcet.Itloonisburg.nrew uooiN uuovu iiioiiiiii. iiiiu-iu, jiih Nioru iseniu nosi'dof Ihovery lati-hlnnd bcntKtyleH ever ollt-r- ,-il to iho cIIIi-uh ot Co umbla Couiiti-. Iliwuti niTommodato tho publics 1th tho foilowlnmiooilii ultholowebt ruteK. Mi-u'a heavy double, kolul hlot;n boiittt, lueii'M double nnd hinglo tnp Holed it in iiooiH. menu uenvv 1,1011.1 mi och orn r m i. ineu'H lino boots nnd hhoes of all cradeH, boj h tloutile boled boota nnd.fchnes of all kind., men. slovu kid Balmoral blioi-H.meu'H, omen's, boj.'fc and mlbses' liu.tlum;alterK, vomen's yloo klil roiihii very nni'.woiiieu Moiorucco liaiiuoraisnun call fclioes, vomeirn very uno Kin nuiloneil 1,'au. ers. In fchnilbootsol nil dthCrlptloua both pes gul unit he wen, ill, Wllllia llltoo v.ll lliil-.il.iii. Hi 1111, UUU 11I..U! I' incut of ATM, CAIV.I'UIIS AND KOTJONH. wlilcli comnrl.en nil tho new nnd nomilai varl- etlesul prli'eswhiehciiuunllalltoi,ullnll. Time iiiHi-i urn oui-reii ui ion nnvibi cumi rait-a ami will ho I'liaranti-ed loi:lvo hnllsriu-llou. A cull is Mincniii neinrii puiciLisiuif eisnwnero ns 11 is lulieveti inai in.iii r uaii;aiuH Rro to ho foiiua man ni nny oinur pini-e 111 me conniy, jau 1 11 MHMMMmnMKjn niwiarnicnMawMiM Hotels, MONTOUR HOUSE WILLIAM mUIXH, IMoi-rlotor, ThtH llouso havlntibten put in Ihoiouuh ieiui H now oien lor thn 1 id i. linn of miehtH, N. o.iIiim will ho k mred lo eitbiuo llio pi Htet emu lonoi 1110 inieieiK. j no rroprleior oiirlu Mharo ol l.nbllo nall'oninro. Tho Imr will I blocked nt all tliutw with tine HquoiH andcltairi, Jillll II OENTON HOTEL. J.J W. F. PIATT, Proprietor, llllNTON, I-OLUMIIIA COUNTY, PA. This well known llnlibo havlmi been nnt In thoioiiKh Hpnlr Is now npi-n lur tliu n-i-epllon ur VIsllutN. ll talus huliibeen Mumil tneiuuro lliu pirfect ii.iuloit uf Kuibis, Tim piopik-tor iiUn inns iiHtauii fitim thu llnii-l to jiioouiKburi; nnd Intermedlulo pnluts nu 'J'uihday, 'ihurmny uud Hatlililuy of each Hick, Jan 1'lbTI may Sini-tr J. W. FOSTF.lt, Mnucli Chunk, I' FltHAH llltOWN, firnf, mnr:ni-ly. llLooMaccita I u, rjUE ESPY'IIOTEL. KSPY, COI.UMIIIA COUNTY, I'A. Tho underblcned would Inform ll.o Ir.-ivi-lllns l.ii lil le' I lull ho has lukiu lhoiibiiomiuiiili.lab- llshmentiilin luoioliiihly letllled iho sumo lur Die pern Cl.euli en ii-iieu in nisuui-sts, lllslarilel will bustiii ktd with Ibo besl Iho market niiordii, inn euoii'i hi iniuoiH, wines mm ciuulsillwuyH bo louudlu his bar. WIMJAM PKTT1T. inn l'7l Espy, l'a, Tlio I'.'ace or Surrender. It 1ms been nonularlv reported Hint ibilant a paper oaio in 11 vo weeks, thu )lrst interview between tho two hilo California gives S2 copies per rnnimanders took i.laco under nn applo ear, exceeding ovcry other Stato ex- .. i.a3 consenuentlv been cept New York, whi.-li prints 113 copies crownc(i Wni, historic associations. This er year fur ovcry sdui wiiiitn its uor- u AiKn. Tho fact Is that on tho morning lers. As Now Yoik )iapers elrculato f ,i, on, nf Anrll. tleneral Lee. with everywhere, whllo thoso of California L sin,n mlmber of Ills stair, was resting do not go very much out of tho State, llmIcr mM)iu tree, when Colonel Dab- is evident that tho papers issued ,.i. nr fioiimnl flmnt's stair, rodo un thcru havo a better local support than llmjcr a n,,s 0f truce, saying that If in any otuei suue oi ino American General Leo remained whoro ho wits, u,llon- nnnnrnl Drnnt . wnlllil rallin to bllll by lnino iJisinec 01 coiumljla wo llnd ii,,, road tho latter was then persuing. uit ono newspaper is published for This was tho onlv Intcrvlow under or every uireo square nines oi icrniory. ncar the npplo tree; ami Itmayuomcn .iinsaeiiiieiis nas ono to ;ii) Equaro ilnned hero that tho fuldw iiL' day Col miles, nnd Wiodo Island ono to ."0: Lnol iMnrshall. who uttended (leneral then comes New York with ono to S7 ; i. on 11,0 occasion, was sururlsed to Connecticut has ono to nil, New Jersey llmi floral soldicrshricklngnt tho tree, ouo lo (,.i, 'ioxas ono lo 2,:ji, i-iorlda ami Was amused atlluir Idea of obtain ono to 2,003; whllo in tho Territories n; from it mementu of tho surrender, ono newspaper spreads its circulation obtaining now.s or Grant's approach, over no less than 11,105 squaro miles. (ioneral Leo at ouco ordered Colonel There aro fi is papers In tho United Marshall to llnd a fit and convenient States which print more than .'i.OOO cop- house for tho Interview. Colonel Mar Ics each h'sue, and 11 which print moro shall applied to tho first citizen ho mot, than 100,000. Tho Alw York II 'cthbj htp. Win. M'Lean, and was directed to hastbolargesteirculationglvenjaniong hi houto vacant and dismantled. Ho tho polltlot.l mediums tlio Now York refused to use it, and Mr. M'Lo.iu then Weekly Tribune takes tho load, and 0nVrcd to conduct him nnd tho general mongtlioagricultur.il weeklies Jbocc's to his own residence, a comfortablo iiirrK At-in-1 oner stands llrst. Tho rnuuo liouso. with a long portico nnd -ow orir JiMepenuem is tlio largest convenient "sitting room," furnished paper nml 1ms tho largest circulation of Uftcr tho bare stylo of tliu times. any lengious paper, nearly I.wupa- -ri,n l.n..5,.u-nq nbout n half a mllo ills pcrs aro j.r. ueu tiiiiiiB auxiliary plan- tnnt fr()nl (ieicrol Uq,a Tho mat is, on siieeis purcliased from New flMr,Ipr!ltn (.n,v.inder was attended iun., Liunigu mi l oilier cciuers, Willi , r i,tj ot.ij. f!nlnnnl Mar ono sum aireauy printed, mils num- .,,, ,. vmKbfnl. bovisb-lookliiL' scion It. ii. 1.1.3 ...nHi ll,i,. .1... .1.1.1 ...lll.tn " 1 ' . lie.. ,i.n iiiuiii liuiil iluuiiieii HUIHI1 UI1U f (l,n nlil nml I llitr niu Mnrs 111 fillll. ear. Moro Hum 1,000 new newspapers ,lf Vir,.t.,i,.. wi.n l..nl been tho con liavo been osiabiwicd slnco llio llrst of ,intn r (I,.pn! Leo hi all f. .w.l. 1Q-fl II. rt . ..I- vw... l .... - w ....lie..., .uio, nun uiu lllllliue.1 in liu I.Ij nmimnlimil .mil !H 1 S IirlVatO HCCrO' ....I.., iiiii.i.ii..i o.i.eoo.,,,11.11 ni, .on, jary uwj (i()llu ,,n0(1 uierary servico i lias averaged nearly four per day. Tho .,, ,,,nnrn,iml f renorts of battles iiuiiiour iu hii-peusions is auoui ono- in . wblol, nn. now h stor leal. With fourth ns largo r.s that of tlio new Issues ,:. .,,, ,,.nrn Movoml nf his stair announce. i. incssrs. (ieo. p. noweii a oliU'ers,nnd a number of federal generals "' l"u iiuniuerui uwia- inciudinir Ord and Sheridan, entered pea isscR'i. uiu mny douuicii wiiiiin tho room, rtmi joined In tho slight gen- 5 L'U3' oral eonverH.itlon that took ulaco there, Iulool.lng ovor tho publications do- Tlio interview oponed without th voted to specialties, (or class publlea- least ceremony. Tho story has been Hons,) wo find tho religious largely frequently repeated, that (lenerl Leo preiiominaioovcrmiy other class, which tendered his Bword, and that General shows tho Interest tho public- press takes Grant returned it with a coinpllmcn In tho moral and religious welfare of tarv remark. There was no hucIi nbsur tho country. Thcru aro In tho United dity. General Leo woro his sword States 2S3 publications ndvocatlngevan- (which was not his usual habit i) und gelleal or sectarian Ideas, with 22 iu tho (m thooxcbmigo of salutations, General Dominion ot Canada, with nouo either Grant remarked, "I must apologize, In Iho territories or colonies, Of this General, for not wearing my bword.lt number New Yoik City has II, Phlla- hml gone oir In my buggago when 1 re dolphin 23, Dostou 21, whllo Florida, ceived your noto." General Leo bowed, Kansas, Nevada nml New Jersey aro nnd tit ouco, without further eonvcrsa entirely unrepresented. tton, asked that General Grant would Tho farmers, horticulturists nnd stock state, In writing, If ho preferred It, tho raisers havo their Interosts represented terms on which ho would rccclvo tho hy mi agricultural press numbering no surrender of tlio Army of Northern lets than 100 publications, ninny of Virginia. General Grant compiled by which aro gotiou up nt great expense, sitting at ti table in tliu room, and wru and nro voiy extensively circulated. Ing with a common lead pencil tho noto Tlio mctiicui profession enlightens its sko well remembered. UM ami AVtc Capt. Jamim IIaiivy Cooper was stood up laughing, when ono of bin born In Hoss township, Allegheny companions chucked n pcbblo to him, county, l'a., March Gth, 1810. Ho lost I which ho put Into his mouth. I in mo llis parents when qulto young, nnd re-1 dlntely tho same companion, walking movod to Lawrcnco county In 18f3. IIo backwards, drow forth a cord of silk, tlcndoil tho common schools until ho twenty yards or so In longth ; nftcr received ns good an education ns could I which thojugglor, with his hnnds bo bo obtained by such moaii3. IIo then hind his back, threw forth from his engaged In mercantile pursuits with I mouth two decanter stoppers, two his brother in Mount Jackson. At tho 1 shells, a spinning top, n stono and sov- breaking out of the rebellion ho unhes-1 era! other things, followed by n long ltatlngly mndo up Ids mind to enlist, I Jot of flro I If tho wlso reader regrets Is lovo of countiy overcoming tho I so much spaco being occupied by such a persuasions of his friends nnd his pros-1 story, let him pass It on to tho children, ccts In business. IIo was elected Or- foolish as myself, who will bo glnd to lerly Sorgennt of tho Mount Jackson I read It. i'er;)j at the Far East. uards which nfterwards becatno nown as Mattery B, of tho First Penn sylvania Artillery, but moro frequently Prussln nnd Switzerland stand pro- laklnghls own name-Cooper's Uattcry. eminent among tho nations of tho old o wrllo of what he did during his world for tho means they nrovido to term of enlistment, would only bo to I insure tho education of all their people, ro-wrlto tho history of that gallant or-1 Schools of every grade, from tho most anizaiion oi men. no was nn acllvo elementary to those of tho hlirhost paitlclpant In tho battles of Urnlnsville, grades, nro open to nil, ami of sujjicicnl Mechanlcsvllle, Gaines' Mill, Now capacity to accommodate alt, and tho Market NItoad?, Malvern Hill, Gaines- laws make it compulsory upon parents Ille, Second Hull Itun, Chatitllly, nnd other i-uardlans to send their ehll- South Mountain, Anllotam, Fredericks- dren of both sexes to tho elementary burg first and Fredericksburg second, echooli at least for si term of years. And Chancellorsvlllo, Gettysburg, Mine In Prussia and several of the other Ger- Itun, Unpldaii Itiver, Wilderness, manic States all who aro In good bodily Laurel Hill, Spottsylvanla Court House, und mental health arnscnt toBchool for North Anna Itiver, in front of Peters- tho legal term. Muny, however, nt- burg from tho middloof June, 1801, tin- tend school for longer periods than 111 tho Stli of August, when, after hav- thoso prescribed by tho laws, according Ing served for over thrco months moro to thocoaditlon In llfo ot their families. limn tho tlmo for which ho enlisted, ho I To go to tho " Lyceum or " Oymna- was honorably discharged. Beforo slum," which is equivalent toour"Col- leaving, nu tlio omcers or tho regiment lego." it costs tho student but two dol- servlng with the army of tho Potomac, lars ami a half for his tuition for three signed a petition to tho Governor for months, or ten dollars a year. lis appointmont as Colonol of tlio regl- Tlio majority of tho people, however, mcnt. It received very strong endorso- havo to work for their living, and thus mont from Qen, Wninright, command- many thousands cannot afford tho tlmo ing tho Artillery Brigade, Gen. Hunt, and tho expense, which Is the reason Chief of Artillery of tho Army of tho w'hy theso higher schools aro not uni- Potomac, and Gen. Meade. This petl- vcrsaly attended. Education In Gcr tlou ho never presented. Gov. Curtln I many begins as soon as tho child is ablo uttorwards, In a conversation with n I to learn his alphabet, and continual un- mutual friend, regretted that dipt, til ho iscightecnor ninolecn. Hlspub- Cooper bad not presented It, ns ho said He education commences when ho is It would havo been a pleasuro to hlin to seven years old. Ho Is then placed at havo promoted so gallant an ofllcer. tho primary school, whero ho Is kept Tho Governor commissioned him Ma- until ho has mado sufficient progress to Jor without nny solicitation. Wo feel bo received into tholyceum orgymna- safuln asserting that no man in tho slum. At this tlmo hols well grounded army was more esteemed by his brother I iu tho grammar of his own language, otllccrs, forthoio uoblonnd manly qual-1 spelling, writing, arithmetic and geog- uies which mauo me irun gentleman, l rapny. xuis preliminary lounuation than was Capt. Cooper. His reputation 1 being well laid, thoso who can bo spar- as n soldier Is without a blot. Ho was ed from work enter on tho higher the special favorito of that gallant sol- course. This is a thorough one, and ns dier, Gen. John F. Reynolds. Words eight or nino years nro devoted to it or can scarcely convey to tho reader tho ought to bo tho youth who has passed high estimation In which ho was held through It with credit ought to bo an by nil thofn with whom ho came In accomplished man. Tho Latin, Greek, contact. At tho first battlo of Frcdcr- French and English languages aro leksburg, when Battery B stood Ira- taught, along with mathematics, hlsto moveable tho only opposition on tho ry, the elements of tho sciences, pbilos left of tho lino to tho enemy marching ophy (mental, moral and political), to tho river in tlio rear of our army drawing and music. Singing is ono of Gen. Ileynolds said: "Capt. Cooper Is tho favorito studies, and tho art or part ono of tho bravest and coolest men un- singing is sedulously encouraged. This dcr flro I over saw. nisnamo is known has always been popular in Germany, all over tho Stale. As to integrity of and, being scientifically taught.lt has character, ho Is known oufllciently doubtless contributed very powerfully ell to our renders generally, to mako to tho development of tho national gen- unnccessary for us to say moro than ius for music, which has given to tho that his straightforward, open, frank Germans tho highest rank in tho mu- .Imposition is only equalled by his I steal world. Indeed, no nation ap- modesty and unassuming yet easy man- proaches them ns regards composers, tiers. His kindly, beaming cyo Is tho although somo Italians havo surpassed index to u noble, benevolent heart, and them In vocalization, and tho Frcncli tito casual acqualntanca Is won to fast equal them as Instrumental executants, friendship. His business qualifications This part-singing, or choral perform- arc of a high order, and tho ofllco of ance, might bo cultivated hero with nil Surveyor General could bo placed In no vantage; thero Is no accomplishment bettor hnnds. Ho Is also n self-mado not oven instrumental nlavlntr which man, und a representative of the labor- affords so delightful, and nt the samo gmenot tno country, having for tho tlmo so innocent, a model of passing past four years worked in n saw mill, the evening sociably as this does; but Here, wllii coat oil, lio has labored to with us it forms no ncccssar) brancli of egalnhis business fortunes, uufortun- education, as it did with tho Hebrews alely but completely sacrificed whllo and tho ancient Greeks, and as It now attune for his country. In this, too, does with the Germans. How many ho shows tho true spirit of tlio gentle- an ovening would bo passed in tho do- mati, adverto circumstances being pow- mcstlcor social circle, (werothlsaccom ness ami in vain to discourage and de feat him in business llfo. For all these and many other reasons, hundreds of voters throughout tho Stato without respect to party, wlllca-jt their mllots for Capt. Cooper. Tho Democ- aey, In placing our favorito on tho ticket, expects n good report from Law; renco county nt tho next election, and wo nro assured that sho will do her du ty. Let us all go to work now, and tako u nativo pride in ono who so nobly sus- iilncd the reputation of our country In tho "times that tried men's souls." .Yen' Castle Gazette. pllshmcnt universal) 'which is now spent In "politics," tho bar-room, billiard-room, or at tho card-table or in moro exceptionable places 1 But to ro turn to tho lyceura. Tho youth who has devoted his eight or nino years to Its courso of study, leaves It well pro pared for tho technicalities and disci pline necessary to enable him to mas ter high occupations and professions. Ho can go either directly to tho facto ry, An Indian Juia'IiT. While tho tom-tom was beating and Ihoplpo playing, tho Juggler, singing all tho tlmo In low accents, smoothed a placo In tho gravel, thrco or four yards beforo us. Having thus prepared a bed fortho plant to grow In, ho took nbask- ot and placed It ovor tho prepared place, covering It with a thin blanket. Tho man himself did not wear a thread of clothing, oxcept a strlp.round his loins. Tho tlmo seemed now lo havo come for tho detective's oyo I So Just as ho was becoming moro earnest In his song, nnd whllo tho tom-tom bent and tho plpo shrilled moro loudly, I stepped for ward with becoming dignity and beg ged him to bring tho baskot nndltscov er to me. Ho cheerfully complied and I carefully examined tho basket which was mado of opon wicker-work I then examined tlio cloth covering which was thin, almost transparent and certainly had nothing concealed In It. I then fixed my eyes on his strip of clothing with such intensity that It was not posslblo It could havo been touched without discovery, nnd bado him go on feeling sum that tho trick could not succeed. Sitting down ho stretched his naked arms under the basket, singing and smiling as ho did so ; then lilting tho basket oil' tho ground, ho behold, a green plant about n foot high I Satisfi ed with our applnuso ho wont on with his Incantations. After Inning sat u llttlo to glvo his plant time to grow, ho again lifted tlio basket nnd tho plant was now two feet high. I lo asked us to wnlt n llttlo longer, that wo might tnsto tho fruit I Hut on being assured, by thoso who had scou tho trick performed beforo, that tho result would bo obtain cd, I confessed myself " ilono," with out tho slightest notion of tho how examined tho ground, nnd found It was smooth and unturned. Apparently de lighted with my Burprlso, tho Juggler tho workshop, tho bank, or tho counting house, tho ofllco of tho engi neer, or tho studio of tho architect, or tho Uuiverso to fit himself for the sci entific or learned professions, And with this liberal basis of acquirements It is not surprising that tho Germans aro taking such rapid strides In trado, commerce, art, science, learning, and power. If ho prefers going to a University, tho. expenso of so doing is not sucli as to deter him. Ho can llvo well, and havo full enjoyment of all tho privileges of tho University for about five hundred dollars a year. At Heidelberg bis room costs him from n dollar to u dollar ami half. His dinner at tho usual stu dents' boarding-house costs twonty-fivo cents, and ho can dine at tho best hotels for eight dollars a month. His other two meals togothor will not amount to moro than the prlcoof hlsdlnncr. Ger man students generally pass four or flvo years at a University j they havo nono of that fovorlsh Impatience, so common with Americans, lo "finish" their school education, as It is termed. Uni versity honors aro accessible to nil, who, nftcr payment of tho honorarium at Heidelberg It Is n hundred dollars can pass tho requlrod examination. Tho feo on matriculation thcro Is eight dol lars, for each courso of lectures of six mouths, from flvo to eight dollars, and for Instruction In tho laboratory, six. teen. Hut thero is ono defect In tho German University system which Is dally coming Into groater prominence, and, nnd will, perhaps, occasion much trouble, viz: tho compulsory attend- anco of tho students on tho theological lectures. Thcro seems to an American mind not only to bo no sufficient reason for this, but mauy objections to It. Thero Is so much lntltudo of opinion among German divines, that scarcely any two professors tench tho Bamo dec trlnes: nnd It Is well known that tho same laxity or heller prevails through out Germany. From Ntander to Strnuas thcro Is every variety of opin ion, nnd uniformity is not possible, though required by tho authorities.