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John fl Freeze, Local Editor.
Saturday MonulNd, junb41, lata.
)omooratlo Stato Oonvontion.
x tooordanca wlitm resolution of tlin Democratic
t Etecullvo Oommltlcc, Tits Democracy or Pssx.
f akii will meet In State Convention, nt Harrlsbnrg,
Friday, Ms ith day of July, iWJ, lit IU o'clock, ft. ni.,
lOtnlnate candidates for ArJMToa, Ctntttt. nnd ern
or Oinsral, and to adopt sucli measures at may ha
tned necessary for llio wellaro of tho Democratic
tr and tbe country.
Chairman of the Democratic Stato Ex, Com.
8Trnina nro ngain ruoLirig on tho
.Unwissa road Tho first since the flood
oamo over on Tuesday afternoon last.
"Nominations. Hon John L. Daw
a has boen nominated, by the Democrats
Payctto county,for Congress, and Dan
Kaino for the Legislature.
SA. 0. Thornton of Lightstroct, a
ember of tho "Hurley Guards" is at
Hue woundod. Ho lias tho reputation of
bravo cool and excellent soldier,
JQrAn official report from tho Secreta
' of tho .Treasury states that the publio
bt on tho 29th of May was 0101,415,
iif at an avarago interest of 4 J35.10O.
tWOn Tuesday night last, some pcr
u or persons broke into the watch ma
sr'fl hop,' in the Exchange buildings, ami
3lo 8300 to 5100 worth of watches and
e5T"Wo aro indebted to our very attcn
e democratic friend E. U. Snider Esq.,
' Phclpsvlllo for a copy of The London
imrs for May 1-1904. It is a raam
otb sheet full of most unquestioned fun
CSyTho body of the littlo daughter of
r. Watters was found at tho mouth of
ottawissa creel: ; several miles from tho
)int whore it fell into Fibingcreck. Wc
Joico that it has been recovered.
CSrOur friends in Jackson and that
gion,who contemplate atteuding tho ad
inistrator'a salo of Pctor Applegato's
al est to, will observe that the sale is on
aturday July 12th instead of l.Uh as
atcd in the bills. The almanac to which
0 very .'carefully referred having been
it up incorrectly as to dates.
BgjyCflptain Henry Clay, grandson of
ic immortal Henry Clay, died at Louis
ille Ky., on Thursday latt. He was an
ljutaut-geucral, with rank of captain in
en. R. W. Johnson's brigade, and was in
ie bottle of Shiloh, where ho bore hiin
df gallantly. His diseaso was typhoid
KSF Messrs. Hooper and Cannon, Sena
rs elected from Utah, visited Congress
:stcrdayj and will take measures shortly
) urge, Iho admission of that territory in
1 tho Union. They arc accompanied by
son of Brigham Young. They claim
mt Utah has a population of over a hun-
reu thousand, and is tully prepared to
cerciso all the functions of a State gov
8Tho documents organizing a State
at of tho Territory of Utah, to bo called
'cseret, wcro presented in the Senate. It
ppears from these that 11, 3ti9 votes wore, nt it for noai.y nino i)0urS( but no otic
ant for Brigham Youug for Governor, and ! could say that wo had dona moro than rc
1 ,311 votes for John M. Bernhei.-el for ' pulse the enemy, and that Fccmed but very
onrcscntittivo in Confess. Tho wholu ! liul- When your enemy has been in full
umbcr of votes in the proposed Stato is
JOS?" The quota of Pennsylvania of tho
irect tax of 20,000,000 was fixed at i there was a largo welcome iu every
bout 2,000 000. Mr. Mooro, tho Stato
reasurcr, and Mr. M. McMichael, Jr.
ere in Washington to settlo with the
overnmcnt, and they had an iu
;rviow with tho Secretary of the Trea
iry,.and tho amount necessary over and
bovo the olninis of tho Stato ngaiust the
ational Government was paid by Mooro,
nd tho entire claim settled.-"
SF"A correspondent at a Norfolk hotol,
jlatcB tho following : Upon retiring for
io night I mado a reoounoissanco of my
omicil, and found upon the door a littlo
i tho morning
oots is $25 a pair liko dcra of yourn.''
. rrt ... ii i , i-ii 1 "gnu iu uu muicu in iiiuiu
io. Thoy;?U treat mo very kindly.- Aftor this or(lcr
J-UU tUUllllUilUU Ul 111U lICZli lUII-
drnber, it will includo Union represcnta
i0 Abolitionists of tho North as well ai
io Secessionists of the b'oulh will havo
ucn All squelched by that tirao, and every
tao wijTiwoar by tho good old Constitu-
on gma nr h? Wathjogbon and Jbjj cam. coRNiwV'".
iinots. - RI'l KWHEAT
rSV'TiiB Constitutional Union,"
This is the litlo of a now Democratic
weekly, tho first number of which will bo
issued in Philadelphia, on Saturday, to
day, by Thomas H. Florence & Co. It Is i
o bo a laagodoublo sheet paper, and will
bo furnished nt 6Q nor nnnnnt. Wn wUI, !
the publishers abundand success
1-11.. 1 TA .! '
niuru uhiilxkiiiv ticcatisc a ucntucrnuc
paper is very much needed in Philadcl
phia at the present time.
CStDeath op Major Cum.-Among
tho killed at tho lata battle, near Rich
mond, was Maj. Jorro Culp, of thia place
Tho news readied hero on Thursday night
and on Friday morning tho flags were dis
played at half mast, and draped in mour
ning. His romains reached horn on Sun
day, and woro followed to tho gravo on
Monday by a largo concourso of citizens
It was tho largest funeral that has taken
placo in this placo for a number of years
We knew tha Major well ho was a
Columbia County boy, and a gentleman.
Ho was deservedly esteemed, and will bo
deoply mourned. Farewell, Jcrro I
JESyGcn. Shields, who is again in active
service, was at the siege of Vera Cruz, and
whou severely wounded, ho continued on
tho field, urging on his men, until a ball,
passing through his lungs, struck him
down. Ho was carried from tho battlo
field, and was reported so near dead that
obituary notices of tho gallant General
appeared in nearly all the papers of tho
country. Even in tho neighborhood of
tho battle-ground his life was for weeks
despaired of, and tho anecdote of his euro
U remarkable, as it would appear im
probablo did the man not live at tho pres
ent time to verify tho statement. It ap
pears that he was entirely given over by
the army surgeons, when a Mexican doc
tor said ho would live if ho' would lot him
rcmovo tho coagulated blood from tho
wound. Shield, as a kill or euro reme
dy, told him to try, and a fine silk hand
kerchief was worked and finally drawn
through tho wound, removing the oxtrava
sated blood, when daylight could bo Fecn
through tho hcle. And yet Shields to-day
is a halo and hcartv man. freo from dis-
caso or any inconvenience from his wound
which was considered at that time as mor
tal, having been made by a largo copper
ball, and going directly through his body
g2r The correspondent of tho N. Y.
Ilirnl'l thus describes the coming of Mc
Oh'llan to the field of battle at Williams
In the very middle of tho rago of mus
ketry, shouts that grew into continuous
cheers wcro heard away down tho road to
ward Yorktown. What could it mean 1
there could bo no fight there. Butconjcc
ture had no chance ; for in tho minute a
group of desperate riders swept up the
(load and into the lawn, and thoro at the
head was tho unmistakeablo figuro of the
Commander-in-Chief. As he swept by the
cavalry, they took up the shout, and on it
went, across to tho infautry, and on still
to the other infantry iu tho wood, and
Virginia was electrified with enthusiasm.
There was not a heart at head-quarters or
near it that did not feel tho lighter for
that shout. Somehow it seemed to clear
tho air. To speak very plainly, nobody
had felt very certain how the day was to
coun'il then. Wo knew that wo had been
retreat beforo you, and you follow eo fast
that ho has to ttop and fight for life, your
success ought certainly to be more than the
negative ore of not being bcatcu j but
ours, till then, simply canto to that. So
for that StOUt littlo figure and blue Soldier's i Isiac Wuguer, sou and h.-ir at' la u of L-jid deceased,
nvprpo'it nnd .a woloomp moreover f'nr "'''"t'f""!'. that tho snld Uaao Wagner, dies' innnnto
oertoat, aim .1 lii,oiiu, moreover, ior about three mouths sinre, l, aving i,.siio Abriim Wag
all L'Ciido wllOSO presence .-poke Ot him ner.eldest sou, Isaac Wagner, on.) of tho above n imeil 1
r, i ri ii 1 ri i ' putliioii "rs, Diaiiua, intermarried with John Winer:
for bWOltZCr, and Colbum, and Hudson ; Margaret, inieriuirried will nry Eoderi I),ivid
for nnrtl v Astnr for tlint nlpninnk flnr. j Wuaiier, Snr.ih, iiilerinarried with llitiianiiu llomuoy,
ior portly jwor , tor mat picasanc uor-1 ilmitll(,r of tho ul)uvi, pemin,,,.,,,,,, uiiMb.tF,; 1
mail- b rOIICh prinCO, tllO LOUtlt Ot 1'ariS ; interuiarried with Jacob l.atchslinir, two uf whom re
, . . ,. . r e i ti i ii I side out of Ibis Mate. Abrah im Wagin r rending in
for the glllli'll Uglire Ot thO DUC UO (Jhar- i U-nera county, Oluo, and .Margaret interin-irried with
troa- onrl Cnr tlio full fnrin onii iitim ni-r9 ?ald llonry Louder, residing in Illinois, anil Ellzabeili
tres, and lor UIO tdll IOnn dnu UlUO CCS. ,,t,.ruiuiried iMthJnci.h l.atchaw nluresaid . reilesiii
of tllU Print'C dc Joinvillc, Juniata county, tl.nt-iale, 'l'tut the siinl mit-tato died
. rp . i , v l s 'i'."'! in his demesne in nl fo of an, I iu thu 'olluiwii"
Aflaira took Bhapo immediately, as it described Real Estate, to wit .
thcro '-ore sonicthitig magnetic iu the moro ',f"!;'' J,"", ,illl",,u""a,ini",:t,vo 1,'""'.rc'1 1
- , , b, . , , i or tnerenbo.its uitli llu uiipiirteiiuures, situate in the
presence Ot the leaner 111 tllO masters' towiisliipiifllemU.es, uiidcoiinlyofCutunibi.i aforesaid.
pvn TTn nimn ind lislonoil -mil Knnl-n bounded on the North by Isaac l.i idy and Ilavid Wagner, i
ejO. U0 CaillO, anil HsrenCU, dllU SpoKC on tin East by lands of Matliius Keller, out o South
that Was all and tho lliaSS of blind, pUl'-l h" lands ril'JIiirshnll Shnjin.iker and John N.yliard, anil
. . ., , ., ,1 1 , i on tho West by hinds ot John Miller and Jolin Cm.
poi-elCSj niOVCIlient UUravolInU ltSCtt, and. That tho said intcstato died tuned (.Inn other real
rliorn won -i nlin ind i li-ittln Onlotlv "'ate than tho nbovn described two hundred urres or I
tnoro a3 j. pian anu a u.tttic. quietly, ,Ilert.n,lt,UISi No mlltiau (lt v-itunth.n or thu said1
he sat III the midst OftllC Crowd Of olllCCrS estate having been had, jour petitioners therefore pruy I
ard requesting gentlemen to leave their that gathered around, and in a few minutes
ie. Upon my query to Sambo i wIl(,n.cnc1' lia(1 spoken, tho best right hand '
t .... t.i i urr ii I on this continent was raised nnd pointed
ng, I was told :- 'Ho! boss : offto tho North iu (ll(J (lircctiou yt an.
cock had taken, aud away went Kuyes,
away went Smith, and away went Nealcy.
vThf! follriivinrf !a nn nvti-nof rnm . Soon a column of illfaUtl'V filed olf un tho
i ,-.1 1 ii i r
ttcr Of ('apt. A. W. McCormick of Ohio. S 01 "l0 a Stoatty Stream Ot SCVCn
1.0 was wounded and held . imm: cl?30d 1 corrcsponuent s
' 1 "nivn ." r in i nni- n 111 rtl nssnn iinotH enl i.
OriUtll DCtorC Its evacuation bv tho Oon. 1 A ii f. u .!.. fi..t . ..l. l.l
crates am doing well, and very now in tho hands ofono who would give
nil (roninil Hminrnla lieMl, I iw Ihn linsl flirnipn. nnd flint- i wlinlii rlnv
' o " r . i . .,, ,
Juggles and llardeo have all called toco of h TaSP,a aild exposuro was not like y
had been given
no ooutuorn laities aro Jtiie goou Hama- for thia movement to tho richt. General
iu.ua iuuj uam itt.-iii.vii mu hb Eibmr I'luiifiuin iouu over oilier puns 01 tnc
ni.ld 1 fiolil on tlin enntor nml '.oft innlr n Innlr nfc
UU I "0lu, 0,1 :n conicr Ruu ait, iook a looij at
n. the hospital arraugomcnti, and near dark
, ' 7 . hondquartors iii tho cast room of
Whittakcr House. What transpired thero, I
mm tll! A-.tr.. i e. .1..! i.:, , . . t.;
worn nttajwu ts-ij uiiivictib jtuiii iuub ui ui vuuicu liiis ti,(uiiuuir fiiiinuiti uus f uub
to present. When it assembles in Do-! 'ho "suit of his arrival is tho best of all,
nun iiai is ucturo mo storm in mu victory
Will !fl 11 cV111T' fill il lm fii-.f Lnlll.. nf
vos irom every bouthern Etuto. Its tho .Army of tho Potomao" uudcr Major,
omploxion will bo Union throughout; for General Gcorgo 15. McClellau.
. Ji II lllllllllOUIIl I UIKI 11IU lit, W UlllllU Vb
REVIEW OF THE MARKET.
RYE ... ..
REGEIPTS FOR MAY.
j 5.0 TIIK
Tho following aro tho receipts to the offico
.ftll Oolumma Democrat, during
1,10 1,101,111 01 1 aw
Jtitne ft McVlneli
83.1 SVCfttumhlit county
Ktm If ftn.l.n..
II U .,.!...
4 ou Binney slater
1 00, Hon I'eter Cut
3 rlgnnr lllltr.
1 (KllJncoli l'.crly, Esq .
1 40, Henry lulong,
1 til Samuel Hngenbuch
1 73tloorge K Hess
i mi' t ...... it,.fr...nn
Win Unwell nti.,
l'.IIJah II Ikclcr
J At Fry
John Kline Esq.,
Jacob A Swisher
John Dlettorlck, Esq
1 50 Ylnrv llnlklev
SO John M. Mllicr
3 tin John Hern, Jr.,
1 50 Jntnoa (1 Maxwell
75 Itcv IMw Murray
1 73 J II Harmnu
1 50 lnaactkclcr
3 5B Win I'rlU, r.nn.,
Eat of(ico llnllunljncll 1 75
U Bhuumn, I'.tl ,
rtontif n llnmboy
Mai l'ctcr PKIIno
Cat Jnliii (J Kinney
John ltnM.nn, Eiq.,
Hat nfj H' Murgrnvo
O A Wle.i, Cm.,
Batuucl V llnttinan
i ;u innn- limner.
1 no annuel Everett
0 50 Tlins lliown (Harder)
8 00 I! II I ittle, l1.,
3 Of II gt.mcr
1 75 Croty, Nicholas, Leo
4 An tz Co., 1 75
1 00 I'eter l ax 1 00
3 00 diarlcn llurhca U 00
10 00 Nimh tUnmcr, 3 50
2 Ot tlanlrl Ynctini, 1 00
1 7. ln, I, Ph.ianmi I 75
S 7i MIm Mnry It Andcrion 8 Si)
3 7( Levi Cox 1 44
I 01 Harry Hilrlf 1 50
7 Andrew Urnmlcy 3 00
I Cl John otteiiklrk 1 00
3 50 Itkhardl'luminer 100
( JnlmJonea 1 S
fi'Jj l'ctcr Jones 150
TWill our friends remit their subscrip
tion monoy to us by mail. Our necessities
aro especially pressing and wc must have
monoy. Wo shall sincerely thank you,
friends and patrons, for an early remit
tance by mail.
ID- S. M. FETTENGILL & Co., No, 37 l'ark How,
New York, mid 0 Statu Bircet Hotton, arc our Agents
for the Columbia Vrnwcrat, in Ihoss citlea, anil are au
thorized to tako Advertisement!) mid Subscription lor
us at our lowest ratva,
THE advertiser, li;ivin been restored to henlth In
fuw weeks, hyn very simple remedy , nfter liavin
tiilDlcil several years with n nvcrc lung alfcction, mid
thai dread disease, (Jonaiiuiptinu Is nuxiieiq to n-.aku
kniiuii to his fUlow (.ull'erers the ineaiu of lire.
'I o nil who desire It, h" will s-nd u iniiy nf tho nro-
srriiili'Ui uied (free ofchnrjiu), with tlu ilircctinus Or
preparing and using the same, which tiny will find n
suro euro tor Consumption, Akthma, llronchltis, &c
1 lie only oujoct in til.) nuvcrtiscr in st niiiii(r tho l'r"
sjcrintiuil is to heniilit the nlllicteil. nn,l Kiirernl inlnrn ii
tiun wlili h ho couceivex to ho iiivnlunlilc, anil ho hours
fvery sutU-rer will try his remedy, as it will cost
litem noinmi;, ami imij proven liii'dalii;,
l'artks Ithlng the presrriitlou win please nddresB
HL'V. l.ll l ALU A, WII.MU.'M, 11 1 l-Tlllh bllrC 11 ,
May 17, lwij 3m. lCing county, New York.
ASH ION ABLE OLOTIIING
WHITE 1IALI. CEOTIItNO BAZAAR,
nt the soulhwett comer of
rOIJRTII AND .MARKET STREETS.
rui.i, srouli'or i'asiiionaiii,e ready made Groceries, Hardware, Quccnswaro, Cedar
iM.OTHisG foil l'Ai.i. and winter WEAR. I ware, Mackeral, Cheese, etc.,
at prices which challenge competition. I ' ' ",,v---v-i
l'articular attention Riven to Ou.toiner Work, OiTiccrs which, will he sold nt the lowest figuro for ready par,
Uniforms, , iiIkii llniiie!iiririU,t,iiit,ic. Ills Drtl Clnmls rnusistc nf
WHITE 1IAI.I. (,'l.()TIIIN(i 1IA.AAR.
rOURTH A.1II) MARKET STREETS.
I'ETER S. EEVR'K, 1'roprietor.
Nov. 10, ISf.l. (.May 1, 1S6I 13m.)
Uniformity of Trices I A New lVntura In I'.uslness
Every one his own !iilesiiiaii I JONES it l.'C). of thu I
Urcsent One Trice Clothing More, No. SOI Murkelstreo I
above diitli. I'liimdeiphia. ,
In adilitiiin to having the largest, most varied and
f.Khioiiable stock of ClnthiiiK in I'liilaile'phin, made fx
prL'bsly fur retail fales,, hnvt' coiistiluted every one his i
own talesman, by having markd iu lisunis, un each ar.
tide at thu'.very lowest price it ran ho sold for so they I
cannot pns-ih'v vary nil must buy alike. (
Thu rjnoila nre well sponged mid prepared, and ureal'
painstaken with the making so ih.il all can buy wnhthe
lull n'sur.inec of getting a good article nt tho very Ion .
est price. ANo, a lurge tork nf pi,'cc goods on hand. of
tho latrat ityle and best I'lalnles, which ill be inndc
to order, Iu tke most fasliiunable and best manner, -5
per cent., below credit prices.
Remember the Crescent, in Marlcet.abovc Sixth ?troot
No. 'Jill. JONl'.S & t il. ,
CT" THOMAS W. MATTSON, Received the Prize
Medal at the World's l'n I r ill Eoiulnn IcSl, forTRUNKS
CARl'l'.T UAES, Roots, shoes ami Cuius. Great induce
ments nro now ollVreil to piirch.KiTM of the aboenrll-'
cles. This is much the larger stock of trunks. Carpet
Hags, Valices.ce.. iu Philadelphia very cheap fortaah
No. 102 Market Street, one door above Jth, Soma side
Miutiuy UsiroRMs There is. perlnps, no depart
incut of military biismesH in uholi thero has been a
moro marked improvement than in tho clothing of sol
diers. Not many years since oilieers and privates were
clad in g.iriii 'iits wliiih weru nlimxt t-kin-tiglit. They
woro leather slock. Inch were worlliy ofthe name, fur
they kept the nearer iu tribulation ; while their padded
breasts and tight sler ves m.nle volition a malti r ofgreat
dilllciilty. tiuriiig the prteiil war, sudi of our v'.luii
taers as procure their uniforms at Ihu Rrown Mono
Clothing Ilullof Rockbill k WiNoii, No. OKI nud W
('h'xtniit street, nhove tiivtli .'liiladelplun, obtain clo
thing that ix perfectly easy, subitaiiti.il n nil becoming.
. ' i'i'S."J .u.im -.vi
making .Military i mining, ami their iacilitics enable
them to fill tho largest urdjr in tho shortest posible
Hepl. 5!J. lidl
iWi'ICE IX PARTITION.
F.STATi: OF ISAAC H'AONEU, nr.ci).
Coi.oini i County, ss :
In the mutter of Fjtiitt Tin Commonwealth of Pcnn
of Itaac ll'agnr, of the sjlvaniu, to the s-herill'of said
lotrnsiip of llemhtL. m r County, (iimrivi : Whereas,
(Ar county aforranhl. J nt an Orphan's Court, li hi at
llliiomsburg, iu and fur tlu county i.l'Ciiiinibi,i tnu lifili
dayuf.Mny. A. I)., eighteen hundred nud sixiy-two,
b. fore the llouoralda Aaron K. l'eckhuiu, I'rei-iiteiit. ami
tl.u lu.n.l.iln In.l . f .1,1 . .1
lives oi l lie sir j intestate, iu such manner nud in such
proportions as by tho laws of this Conimiiini cutli is
uirecieu. n sucli parli'ion can be Hindu without pre
jiiiliec to or spoiling oftho whiile.but if null partllion
raiinot no inauo tiiereor. tlien valuo and appraise thu
sumo, and mal.o return of their iirocecding according
lie therefore command uou. 1 lint taking with volt I
tiwlvo goodniid lawful men nf your bailiwick, ton
io ami upon tnu preuiisos nrorekiild, and there Iu the
presenco of thu parties nforesaid, by you to ho wurii. il I
and ul irmiitioim nf ihu unl iw.ii-.. i nn.i i,uf,,i
men, you make partition lo and among the heirs and
i,ith.,ni r,.i.,. i. n... ,r ..... I
iri-iiiest hv inn to hi viiiiiiiiiiii.i.i m .-,i-,.r.. J-.i.i u,.,!, 1
"ri-"'""' . Vi'1."' " " l'V l'Inri"iianic enn ii ,
iT.,Xd bv "Zvf w tirt'r,,
spoiling tho vt hole, or that it cannot I,o divided iutu
shares of enunl vuliio, then you cause tho luniiotttol
niuo ami appraise the wholu of thu said real estate, t
.'. . e,"'JI "lures or purparts into which they may
lllUvi, Ul0 ,,, rcill (0 uu-u
valuation thereof, agreeably to law.
''loomsburg, at nu Orphan's court, then to boheMou
,V". '. .V.'' nlyM.
urn nt' mi i u r j ou r i
baud and seal and undertho hands
I' whoso oaths or nlhrmntions von
tinrlitl.i,, nr l'nl.,T,ll ttt.l I..,,... .u,
"i ir uiiwrn
Wll.NKss tho Ifomir.llilu Anion IC Pncklmm.
i , President Judge of our said Court, tho twe n-
1 ,. A', ly-llrst day of May, A. I)., eighteen hundred
1 w-v and suty-ltto.
J ACOn EVERLV, Clk, 0, C.
. Per Micu'l V. EvfcKLY, sit.
t ID" Jury to meet nn llicSMth day of July, leilj, at lo
U I lilUK III IHO lUrUIIUUH,
JOSIAII II. FURMAN, ihg.
CHEAP MILITARY CAPS I
MILITARY CATS, of every sort, size nnd quality,
fi salarluapatthu llioomsburs Hat Cap Emporium.
J011N K' CIRTON.
t oorasburz, Spt- U, IE6I.
The Secret Out!
Antlsvpposcd approach of the RchclArmy,
am.op which n'ah rnonticni) iiythii
AllUIVAt. Ol' A I'WI.t, AND COMI'I.ETi:
Of Every Variety and tityle at the
NEW firm op
M I L L E It k SWISHER,
Having just received our Spring Stock,
from the Eastern Markets, wo feel determined
to tell Oooda at a llttln lower prices than they can be
OUR MOTTO 13
"Small Profits anil Quick Returns."
C7 The nubile aro respectfully solicited to coll and
ramlnoonr stock before purchasing elsewhere, as wo
charge nothlnj for showing our goods, l'roduco of all
Kinus laKen lor goous.
, - MII.LEU& SWISHER.
Jerseytown, May 3. 16C2.
"VHE undersigned, grateful for past patronage, respect
I.," . ma viii.iiunur una me piiuucgcneraiiy
that ho lias lust rcco veil from the l'uinm,. rltu. , 1.
largest and most select stock of
SPUING AND SUMMER
q r. a. n n
Th.it lias yl been opened In II ooinslinrir. tn whirl, l.
Invites tho attention of Ills friends, and assures them
that they aro ollered for salu nt great bargains. Ills
piock comprises u inrgu assortment or
OENTI.KMEX'S WEAR I NO API'AREL,
(.'onristing nt 'isiiioNDi.K Ilnvss Coits, of every des
cripllniii I'ants, Vests, Shirts, Cravats Stocks, Cotton
iiantttiercnicis, i.iovcs, QUHpenucrs, &.c.
Of every descrlntlun, fine and chenp.
N. Il.-Romciiiber " Ijitrenbtrg't CAmji Emporium."
call and see. No charge for enmlni (ioo!.
Ulnoinshurg, March 50, Ifcrsa. (Jue lM'J.)
'ON TO RICHMOND'
J, J. KROWER,
lias just received and is now opening a
cipicimiu assortment ot
Black and Fancy
Cassimcrcs, Fine Opera
Oloalungs at $1,50 per yard
Stella Shawls from 81,00 to 57,
Dress Goods, a full assortment; Shep
herd s Plaids; Printed Chaliea, Em
broidered Madonnas, Embroidered
Mozambiques, Poil Do Chevres,
etc., etc Calicoes at 0, 7,
8, 10 aud 12 cents.
Muslins, one yard
wide at VZ cts.
Skeleton Skirts, fiom GO cents to $2,00.
consists in part of be.it white sugar at 12j
cents. A. No. 1 Syrup Molasses, 50
cents per gallon. Ladies' and
childrens' high-heclod boots
and gaiters a full
CLOCKS, CLOCKS, CLOCKS,
Eight day, and thirty hours,
Nos. I ij- '& MncUtrclin Quatter and Halt
COAL OIL LAMPS.
A splendid assortment of Uoal Oil
Vjty S Water proof gun cans,
, t-i e. r c
OilOt, tVC, &C, iVO
Conic, seenndjudge for yourselves, and you will be
satisfied that llrnnvr'sStoru at the Curlier of Main ami
Iron rtreets, i the placo to perchaso Cheap Uoods for
Cash or Country produce.
I'doouisburg, llay'JI, lcO-2.
11INOIIAMTON, N. V.
An Institution to qualift) young men fori
f W. I.OU'EI.I,. I'rincip'il, I'mfcssor of the Si ienco
u oi iierouiiis, iiiiuior m i.owoirs 'Jriatics upon
llook Keeping, linn Diagrams illustrating the same, t
JN'O. RAN1CIN. Coiiiineri ial Accountant, 1'rolessorof
iiooiiKeepingaii r uucai .naiiiemn les (
A J. U ARNEH, I'rolessnr of Practical and Oinamcn
I;";""1""' ''"..re.al Culcu.a.iuns and Corres-
1 I:o,CP. ROWE. Assistant Teacher in I'enniuansbip.
J. W. CIJIITIH. Ass sl.llll To.li-lier II, ltnokl...i.i.iim 11..
Hon, DANIEL S UK' KIN. SON, EI, I)., Lecturer on
Commercial I. nn anil l'nluiinl Economy
lion. II A.N'SUM IIAl.CO.M.ou Contracts, rromissory
Notes and llillsof Exrhaiige.
Rev. Ur. E. ANIiREWH, on Commercial Ethics.
Students ran enter many time ! no vocation. Gradu
ates are presented with nn elegantly engraved Diploma,
I'rual time rc'iuircd to complete f.ill Commercial course
from eight to twelve necks, Every student is gradua
ted to he romp 'tent to take charge of tho books of any
business lir.n, aml'imilifled to earn a srl.irr from $-1111 to
SI5U0 p -r annu.u. Assistauco rendered to graduates in
-ri.iiiuug situations, iionru .'uuio y'.ou per week.
l'or partieiilnrs scud for Circular, oiicjosing stamp.
May :i IcO'J-l Jm
I. neisniis interested are rfcrred to the provision
oftho ,1th Section of nn Art of Assembly, nassed on
the (leventh day of April 1 1-n follows :
"Seu. 5, That it shall ho the duty of every rlty anil
county 'I reasurcr to sue for tho reiovery ef all II euses
eierv vear. wltliiu ten dnvs alter that dato . and said
Treasurer hhall not lis discharged froiunuv su Ii liconso
. Vr, , . ui.rr. ntir , , eii,,.f.i. ..,l ,,.v h n, .,t
if"'' VcTdVcdV.,;,, int.. the .,a,
Trn .urv. on or before the (lrst day of Ocliiherensuing:
nor shall hu recejveany rnnsideration mi suih licenses,
unless Im makes payment as aforesaid."
7Vraswrer of L'truii6ia County,
nioomsbiirg, .May Ml, lcCi. j
OTiCEis hereby civen. that tho under
1.1 signed lias placed tin) following named property
in charge of Annuel Marri ot Scott towiiilnp, Columbia
county, uuriiig his pleasure, vir.:
Cow'. Pig. Cook l-tove. Clock, two lleds anil Iteddinir.
Cooking Uleiuils, Tiibbs and Chairs, Corner Cupboard,
Kitchen I'upbonrd, and ono l.ureau, with which ull per
sons nro forbidden to meddle or interfere, ou pains of
Ihu law's penalties,
' .May 21. 1S02 3t.
DANI'llLF., MONIVVR COUNTY, PA.
Entertainment for Man and Reast. in joo.1 rt la
and at moderate rates.
CHARLES N. SAVAGE, Proprietor.
Danville, April IP. lSbQ,
At Fritz's Store,
ORANGEVILL, COLUMBIA CO., PA.
flPho undersigned has just received a
R large and aclecl assortment of chnlco Pprlng and I
Summer (loo, Is, which will bit sold cheap for cash or I
i.n in. ...., I... r i .,t.. t, 1
cuuill'y uiiiilu. ills eiwirv Liuimpin ill I uiiici AJFCIB
Uoods, choicest stylesand latest fashions.
PRINTS FROM 7 TO 12icts A YARD.
READY MADE CLOTHING.
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CArS.
In short everything usually kept In n country store.
Tho patronage of eld Trends, and tlio public generally, is
May 3, 1602. WIM.tAM I'RITZ.
LOW PRICES RULE!
At I're.isj's Store, in Light Street, Pa.
FIRST OF THE SEASON I
ALL KINDSMDF " GOODS 1 1
DESIRABLE S T YLES !
AND THE REAUTV OF IT A 1. 1. 13 WE CAN
AND WILE SELL AT
Paint?, Sec, See
e nave a large assortment of lilack nnd Fancy Pilks
w hich we are selling nt reduejjd ptices : lilack Silks for
p. s ceuis, worm 5i,i. j. niso lor 51.uu worth 81.ua
We are selling our best print for 1-Jl cents ner vnrd
the best in the market, all fast colors A yard wide
nnbleaihed muslin at l'.'l cents roual to Xnw M.iri...
Three quarter yard widu unbleached innsliu atd to 10
tents a i aro.
Iii addition to our large 6tock of Dry Ooods, wo have
a large ami tun assortment of Ready .Made Clothing
for ien and Roys wear which wo nro determined to
sen im-aper unn can no nnugm elsewhere. Call and
ate, uuu jnugo ior yourselves,
, . H. W. CUEASV & CO.
Eight Street, fa , April 20, UC.2.
Bisei's Old Stand,
'T'llE subscriber has received his Sl'RIXtJ STOCIi
j. i.uuiia, which lie oiurs ut lair price,
ter .Makers, hew uuld say, bring it frcli and
pay an ultra price, as ,vo luvun contract at
which must be fullllled, and wo ran nflord in nav nn
e.xtra nriee. Wo liavn fhitnee.l nnr 1'iiir.c. .h. ,
I Thursday. Persons having good veal ami calves, will
oring muni iu on iveunesday cvcnini; orcarly un Thurs
Jerseytown, May 17, li3 .It.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Hat and Cap Store. gjW
The undersigned lespecldilly Informs the f Itlr.ens of
n,lnmsburn .in.l Hie , 1,1, ' i, , in,,., i . V. " .
Z?t NalATWOuX on
fji".!" BZVl LWA,!''?. "c"
" ' ' l'.w., ., n.iu.i ui
f.'l''V II A 'FSl A AT1 rA n.'J
- ' . i. . . j i j )
Direct from tho Manufactures, of all kinds, t les, sorts
uiidsii-s, latest fashions, which heoir-rs wholesale and
retail, at very low prires.
L These Uoods w ill ho sold nt very lowprices tor
JOHN K GIRTON.
Ulooinshurg, April 19, 1SI',2,
PHILADELPHIA Si ERIE
rKaVI.V.IiU KAIL UOin CO,, LESSEE.
On a dator.MondnyMay.'ith, IPO
berlam Ktliiim will be ns follow e ;
liino at Northum-
Express li 111 a.m
Mall 4 1H r.u
ti 411 P. M
10 01 a H
SltepiitR Cars on NlRht Trains
limh ways b"twcen Willlamsport and llaltininre, and nn
tli i IViinsjIvaiila Railroad between. Ilarrisburg and
Ou M-ul Train in both directions a Car goes through
via. l'eiirisylinuia Ituil Ho.nl witliuul changa I etweeii
riilladelphia and Lock llnvcii.
SAMUEL A. BLACK,
Sup't Eastern Diunon.
May 21, MCI.
COLUMBIA IOUNTY, SS:
In tho Court of Common Tlens nf Columbia coun
ty, aforesaid, inter alia, It is thus contained ;
llcnjamin llahni 1 Nn, 21 May 'Perm, lflt'fi, Veil
u. 1 dilioni Exponas, Money pnid
John P Lovanand (into Court, and now to wit:
William Goodman, J May ii, leni, ou motion of Mr.
Hurley thucourt aniioiiited John (.. 1 rctzu. Esn.. au
ditor, to make distribution of tho money raised on tho '
salo of the Real Kstato of John P. l.evau on
i l'o writs of Vend. Exponas, llv hie Ci
Certified from the Records May 1(1. ISM
ino iiuove ,
JACOil I.VEULY. Proth'v.
PrrAlKiiiuF Evirlv, Deputy,
All persons interested will take notice that tho under.
signed appointed auditor, by thu Court of Common
lias of Cnlumbi4 county, louink j distribution of the
money raised by tho salo of tho Real Estato of John P.
Lcvnu, by virtue uf tho above stated Venditioni Expo
nas, will attend at the Recorder's Office., In llloomsburg.
on Thursday tho 21st day of August, r)i2, for the pur,
pose of making tho distribution. All parsons haling
claims on the said fund are hereby requested to male.
mm m sm&
meir cimms aoiore stain aaaitor or no ucuarrnu irom
I coming in on sslj fund,
I JOHN O. FREEZE, Juiifer.
Eloomibttrg, June 7, lfcC2-4
10,000 PIECES WALL PAPERS IN
aor.n and vrlvkv nraotiATioKa,
NAtim.K AM) OAK )KCt)HATI0M9.
JtPATAXl) GAY ntJ7.RI) PAl'KnS.
rMiXAA'D tin in fir common PArRiis,
noithKHs. Fint: hoaiid vnutrs,
STATUKS, Jlt.WIS, r;ic, ETC.,
Will he told at grcntly reduced prices, at tin papsr
hanging rooms nf the undersigned in Judge Rupert's
Hroro House, onriccond street, a few doors below Mar
Paper Hanging Executed
In tho best style, at modsrato prices and In quick time.
E. J, THORNTON,
Gloomsburg, May 3, 1802 3m.
THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER,
Duvlk Sheet, Furty-Eght Columns.
Published every Morning, (Except SundnysAby Wm.
W. Harding, No. HI HoutU'lhird Street, l'hllad.
clpliia, I'n. The (Irento-t newspaper of Philadelphia I
The trying times of thn notion's history Iu which wo
live, render n l.lva Newspaper! an Indispensable to
every man who would keep himself Informed of tin
irnpormni ricnis which nro uany transpiring. To
furnish n paper which will meet the Just expectations
ofthe public In such a time ns tho nrcssnt. rciulres an
ninount of labor and nfeitrnordinary expense nf which
mo coinmuniiy in largo navo noconccplion. The pub
7 UK F III LA DF.LPUIA lNO.VtnF.il,
has spared no efforts or monoy to makn It all that It
could ho niailn. Resides Improving and strengthening
tho home forcu during tho past year, ssvcr.il ofthe
best Reporters mid Letter writers iu the country have
been sent, at great expenses, w ith the Army nnd Navy,
and haiu frequently given the publlcthe first and full.
esi accounts ny ii'lrfrnpn ami ny man, or important
F.VF.XV8 AT Tlti: SI'. A T OF If All.
Tho Iniulrcr was the first northern paper to give the
account of tho llatteras and I'urt Itoynl victories, and
was twelve hours in advance uf any paper iu the coun
try. Iu its publication of tlx di.tails ot the Hull Run
llntlle, What Tim tiiqiilrcr'has dune. Is hut nn earncsl
of what will bo done, in order to give its renders nud
best nccouts of every event of interns! connected with
Tin: a nt: at hv.hf.i.liox,
and at the same time lnvo it maintain Us reputation. is
me oesi general newspaper in mo couiury.
Thi! incrcuse iu the circulation ofthe Inquirer du
ring the year. Is tho best evidence of tho extent to
which the public rely upon it for the news of the day,
Its circulation has averaged for several months' past.
aviui Tiro uuNDiiKO thousand copifm
a week, or nearly forty thotisnid n day ; and n has,
miring me year, 111 times 01 excitement.
,jn , j ,
seventy thousand n ilny-tcstlng thn capacity of our ,
fast press to Iho utmost to supply the demand, It com-1
iiirnceii ino nmv 1 ear nun new ami iicauiiiiii copper-
faced type, nnd with renewed vior and activity in its
UKU . Ol.Ult.tl tll-lMirilllt HIS,
The Inquirer is independent in politics.
t" Prices nt which the Philadelphia lstjulrcr Is fur
nlslind : Hinglo copies Two Cents, or twelve cents a
week; Dillyl'aper $i per annum, In advance; Two
months SI; Trl-Weekly 81. All letters should bo d
dressed to W.M. W. HARDING, Publisher,
Iniulrcr Uuildlng, I'.'l Smith Third ri ,
May 10, 18(12. PmLsDnriui, Pa
A'EW ARRIVAL OF
Spring and Summer
AT PETER ENT'S STORE,
in Liaur sTitr.r.T, columiiia county, rA,
T TASl lllut rerit.n.l ll,,ln.l.lr,l.U n,..l I. nn.
opening nt the old stand lately occupied By Martz '
U. Ent, a splendid assortment of
- ' J " i ii 1 ' 1 1)
which win ue soiu cneap lor
CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE
Ills stock cotislrtsof LadlcsDrcss Goods choicest stiles
and lateit fashions.
READY MADE CLOTHING
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS.
In short every thing usually krpt in n country store
The patronngo of old friends, and the public general
ly. Is respectfully so jeited.
The highest market price paid for country produce.
Light Street, May 3, ier,2.
Look to your Interests.
SPSUG3E AW SEifilffliSIB
MILLER & EYER'S.
TIIEsiibseribers havo Jift returned from the City
With another large and select assortmet of
Sin'iiBfj-.'tml Miisniici' ttiioods,
purchased at liiiladelphla, at the lowest figure, nnd
which they nro determined to sill ou ns moderaU terms
as can bu procured elsewhere in llloomsburg. Their
uidies' diiess noons,
of choicest styles and latest fashion.
DRY aiHIDS, AND OROCERIES,
u utmr iiiK (iUErNH'Aiti:,
CEDAR 1YARE, llOl.LOir HARE
IRON, NAILS, 1W0T8 S1IOI.S
ItATS ,y CAPS, Ale , .Vc, S-c,
In short everthing usually kept in country Stores;
to w hii h they invite the public pent filly.
The Highest price paid lor country produco,
MILLER & EYER.
Uloomsburg, April CO. 1602.
PITTHIIL'ROII, PA., Comer Penn und !t. Clair Sis.
Tho largest Commercial Srhool of Hie 1'nited Plates,
with a patroungo of nearly ;i,linii students, iu live years
from 31 States, and tho only ono which nfl'ordscoiupleto
and reliable instruction in all the following branches,
viz: .Mereantilo, Mnnufurtiirers, Steam Hoot, Railroad
and llook-keeiiing. First Premium Plain and Ornamen
tal Penmanship ; also, Surveying, Eneiuccriug aud
Pays forn Commercial Coiirso; Students entsr am) re
view at any tinm.
UvMinisters' sons' tuition at hnlf price
For Catnloguo of Ml pages, r-pecimrns of IliMiness
nnd Ornamental Penmanship, nnd a beautiful I'nllega
view of n spunre feet, contaiuiiig a gnrd variety nf
writing lettering and fluurishiiig, inclose 21 cents in
stamps to the Principals,
JENKINS & SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa.
April 10, 1602-ly.
STOVE AND TIN-WARE SHOP.
, T HE undersigned would Inform th citizens of
.ft I llloomsburg and vicinity, that h-lusjiut re
cjuHsl civrd and oirers for sale ono nf the mustexteiisiva
rS2. nssortuients of COOKING and FANl Y S'I'OVES
tri'r introduced into this market. The Chiittopher t;o!
iimbiis, James Rnbbaud (iloboure nninng the first class
rooking Stoves, all of which aro air-tight and pas burner
His l'arlor stoves are handsome nnd the assortment va
ried. ALMl-Pnrticular attention is paid to Tin-Wnrc
ami Houso Spouting, upon short iiuiicr. All kinds of
repairing will bu done with neatness nnd despatch.
IO" Country produce taken in iixchango for work.
PHILIP ti, .MOVER.
Rloo mtbiirg. May It), ie02.
& O 0 M 3
Opposite the Court House and nut door to Democrat Ojftt
The undersigned, respectfully informs his friends and
customers that he has opened
A NEW BARBER SHOP
In Court House Alley, next door below Iho Office of
the Columbia Democrat, w litre he will be happy to wait
upon nil customers, and from long experience nud strict
attention in business, lie hoposto nnrit and rcculvo a
liberal share of public patrousg.
ty All things here "dona In drer-noy and in order,"
Dloomiburg, Msrch 1st, IStT
LAT1ST Wilt NEWS.
Roloaso of Lieut. Col. Kano of
tho "Bucktails" on Parolo.
Frcmotii Said to be in Danger.
FROaiTIIIS SHKtVAMlOAU VALLCr.
Washi-noton, June 18. No dispatch
es troni Corinth have been received at tho
War Department to-day,
All is quiet in tho Valley of the Shen
andoah as fur as Inn been heard from,
and also in tho army oftho Potomac.
Fortress Monroe, Juno 15.
Tho steamer Ma'sachusetts arrived
from tho James river this aftomoon,
whither sho had gono uudcr a flagof truce.
Tho result of thu communication is un
known but Colonel Kane ofthe Buck Tail
regiment who was recently captured by tha
-l,1.3 inenllnn nfll.n C I. I t.,
I VlHu 1 1 J tl,ll J, ihu uuciiiiuuuau, UUllJUS
doWU aS a.relca'Scd pl'ifcOUer OO p.irolo for
Mount Jackson, Juno 10. Reliable
information has boon received nt Head
-quartors that Jrckson has boon ruin
forced a second tinio by lli,000 men.
General Fremont is exposed condition,
in danger of being over whelmed by a
superior force No reiufoicemeuts aro on
the way to him.
It is believed that much oftho Corinth
army is about to bo sent to tho Shenandoah
Valley, with its immenso supplies of wheat,
un'il after harvest t'uno.
V virtue of a writ of Venditioni Ex-
I Jl rpooeta issucooui 01 ine court oi common rleas
,i, ,,, , tin,., Mi,,, , .,, uv .-Anj&i.-ti iu puunc sale. RI
the Court Mouse, in llloomsburg, ou Saturday Hie Seth
lei'i'J, at'J o'clock in the afternoon, the rot.
InuliiL' real c
e.stule tn wll :
All that certain tract of land, situate ill IMalnc town
I ship, Columbia county, hounded ami desctibed as fol.
1 lows lo witi on the west and north by land of Rudolnh
Shuinan, and nil thu east nnd south hy land of Isaae
,V "''"'r- containing about one hundred and
Wk nilietv-slx acres, bo tho mine mn,. r, tu..
whereon are erected n good two story frami
Dwelling House, und Rank Barn, with the op-
1 Hrlzcd taken tn execution and to be sold as tbe prop
arty of Isaiah Shuman.
JOSIAII II FURMAN
Sheriff's Office, j tilisritr.
' llloomiburg, June 7, 1ET.2. j
I ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Estate nf rfsltcr M. Gingles, deceased.
TsJOTICE is hereby given that letters of Adminlttra.
J.1 tiou on the' estato of Ashcr .M. Gingles, late of
Mnino tu p. Columbia co., dee'd, have been granted by
i the Register of said county to t'arah Jane Gingles who
1 re-i.les in Maine township, and James S, M cN inch whn
j resides in Caltnuissa township. All persons having
claims or demands against the estate ot tho decedent-
are reiuested tu present tliein for settlement, anil
those indebted to mase payment without d?lay,
! JAMESS. McNINCII. j .
tlAKAlI J. GINGLES.
May 31, 1802-Ct.
Ettolt of Philip Trontue, latcofSeolt tomship, Columtla
TOTICE is hereby given that T.ctcrs of
X Administration on tho estate of Philip Tronsiio,
Ute nt Scott township, Columbia county, deceased, havo
been granted by the Register ofsniil county to the un.
dersigned. who resides in Espy, fcicott township, Co
lumbia lountj. All prsuus li.uiug c alms or demands
against the estate ol tlie deceudent .in-requested tn pre
sent them for settlement, and those iniltbted in inako
payment without delay. RE1IECCA IRONSUE.
April UU-lsW-bt. Admwittralrij,
Eiate of Michatl Whitmiht, dtceased.
I iV01'"-'' ' ln'reby given that letters of ndiniiiistra
I lion ou the estato of Hiiha ! Wliitenightlatoofllem
iock iup., coiunim.i couniy, iieceascd, have boeu grant
ed by the Register of said county to J icob S Evans, of
Pisliingcreek twp., Cnluiubla cn. All persons having
claims or demands ngiiiust th'j estate ofthe deceudent
nre repiestjd to present them for M ttlemcnt, and thoso
indebted to make paj incut without delay.
April 12, 1602 Civ. Admr,
!aie of Jostah Uageitlvch, late of Scott (oicn4ir.
Columbia Cvuuty, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that Letters of
Aduiinistiatioii ou tho Estate t-f Josmi Has
KNnOLit, late of Scott low iiship, Columbia county, de.
reused, havo btn granted by the Register of said
county to PETER EXT. residing in Sci-lt township,
Columbia county. All persons having claims or Oo.
mauds against the Estate ot the decedent urr requested
to present them for setlleiueiit. and those indebted to
make payment w ithout delay.
April Sil, l?C2-Ct. liwistiirutur,
MRS. DEMOREST S
.'ttTly JRirrcr cf Fashions.
THE Summer Number will contain four large and'
splendid fuihion plates, three full ized patterns,,
comprising tin) New i'reiiili aist, an elegant Sleeve,
and Misses Pack, together with marly inn engravings
of all the novelties fur Summer lloniic-ls, Cloaks. Trim
mings, Children's Dresses, etc., and valuable informa
tion in milliners, dr'ss makers, mothers, and ladles
generally, presuitiug Ihu largest and best fashion Mag
uzlue iu the World, published 473 lirundwai, and sold
everywhere at 23 cents, or sent by mall free, ou receipt
of the amount. Yearly $1 with the following valuahls
Each yearly subscriber will be entitled to thu scler
lion of oh cauls worth of plain patterns from Ihu des
igns jo the book, or from the show room, or they may
be ordered and sent hy mail any time during llu year,
by paying tho po tuge.
r-pleuilid inducements to Canvassers.
Summer number uillba ready ou or about tho first
May 3, lrXJ-3w.
COUG H "DROPS! COUGH DROPS I !
EVERY body uses FRONEFIELDS' COUCH DROrs.
It acts promptly sometimes arresting the worst cold
iu 21 hours. In nil nirertions of tho Chest, Throat,
whether acute or chronic it will be found of immedialii
benefit. Try a single bottle und you cannot fail to ap
preciate its usefulness,
l'or Sale by most all Storekeepers and Druggists.
No. 317. N. 3d. St., Philadelphia,-!
Nov. l(i,lMl-3in. '
Printer, ItooUhinder & P.IaiiRbooIc
.V A N UFA CTU R ER
Wiiclfsilk und Retiii. De.irrR N
PRINTING, WRII ISO AND WRAli'lNO PAPERPl
AOSIT rOR TIIS CATiWISSl rAl-ER MILLS.
Main Street, first doorbelow the Public Spitaro,
Nov, 23, 1P01 lSni.
DI ISVAM, 10,000 I'RI,TEIC, A
let inri nor rimir:
Tfc Frs tt.l si.st.tlwl.J bj th, l srtl
If VSUwlrfefcl, r.... SI IS. 1.U . alft
I... .ti. I,. till, I sj,
Tm Tlon.M CrS. in tUsr.lu
lb. V.ri t,u-r PiItm mll; imIiiU.
Cer.Ubrsry, 1'OUItTII HT, ftslovr (TiMrnnt.
August 17, mi.
N OTIC E.
ALL persons knowing themselves in any wise IndsS
d to tbe isbscrlber ar hrreby notified that all account
muslbs speedily closed up, or thoy will lw pm in tlX
hands of proper olliaers for collection. I must Ear bt.
accounts settled, corns forward, sstlle un and ssvit ensss
J.n, !.,.-,, "'MD.tAU., '