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SATOHDAV MORNING, JUNE 1J, 103.
jcqpTIio nbjcnco of tho editor must bo i
tin apology for.nny sins of commission or
omtssiou in tho "Democrat" Hi i s week.
fiSP'Tho Solin3gro70 Literary ttistitu
tious hail their Spiing closing exercises
tbe beginning of this week.
ESyWo notice by tho "Carbon Demo
crat," that Dr. J. G. Ohl, of Summit Hill,
lute of this county, is dead, Ho was a
young man of promise.
C" Our Devil says there is an Abo
liiiouitt in town who has such a hatred
against Copperheads and Liberty, that he
refuses to receive copper pennies in ex
change for goods.
fSfA counterfeit five dollar noto on
the Bank of Northumberland county, Pa.
is now being circulated.
Also one on tho Northumberland Bonk;
both are well executed.
JSSTTlio Farmers' Bank of Lancaster is
about to scttlo its old accounts, preparato
ry to banking under tho now national law
regulating such business. This is ono of
tho oldest institutions in tho Common
wealth. V6&Vulunblc Property for sale. John
Smith, Administrator of Jano Ginglcs,
dee'd,, offers a valuable lot ofground, sit
uato in Madison township, this county, at
public sale, on tho 11th of July next.
Sco advertisement in another column.
CWc call attention to tho speech of
Henry Clay, on our first page. How true
n prophet was he ; and how certainly the
country seems to be going in the path he
forrtold. Pondor,oh! yc people, pon
der tho words of Henry Clay.
CSyEcLirsE. On Monday evening of
Juno 1st, at twenty mtnules past 0 o'clock
n partial eclipse of tho moon was visible,
which continued for over an hour. This
may have had something to do with tho
sudden cold wcalhor and wind which set
in about that time.
tSyThcro is one institution which is
badly needed in this place at the present
time, and that is a Street Sprinkler. Will
not some clever individual fix up an npa
ratus and undertake the enterprise 1 We
feci certain that it would bo liberally sup
ported. 2rA New Postack Stamp. The
rate ofpostage fixed by tho new law for
local or drop letters has rendered it nec
essary to provide a new stamp of tho prop
er denomination, namely, two cents, Tho
portrait of Gen. Jaeknon has been adopt
ed ns a design for the postage tamp above
mentioned. Stamped envelopes of the
namo rate for circulars, aro to bo provi
cay-Tho Act of Assembly in relation to
the graduating and valuation of unpatcnt
cd lands by the ComniL-bioufri of the sev
eral counties of Pennsylvania, will expire
by its own limitation, on the firt day of
August, 18G3. Those interested had bet
ter take advantage of it in time, and have
their lands appraised by tho Commission
ers, and patented, beforo tho date above
CST'TLo Juno number of tbo Atlantic
Monthly is received, and it is exceedingly
readable. Several articles arc most cap
ital. With the July No : a now volumo be
gins, and the usual attractions aro given.
Among tho expected good things is one of
Hawthomo's papers, the best, tho pleas
nntest, ami most genial of tho Atlantic
writers. The country Parson also con
tinues his ndmirablo essays. Published
by Ticknor and Fiulds, 13oston, Mass.
Sfflr Harry II. Davis exhibited his cele
brated Panorama of iho rebellion at the
Court House on Tuesday and Wednesday
evenings of this week, to largo audiences.
Wo havo uever before seen anything iu the
Bhape of a Panorama so much entitled to
publio encouragement as this. Tho exe
cution of the paintings is excellent, and
the battle scenes, fortresses and strong
holds of tho country appeared to good ad
vantage. t&'The Weather. The spring season,
so far, has been rather backward on ac
count of the dry utato of tho woutber.
AVilhin a few days, however, we have had
sonio refreshing showers, and nil vegita-
tion is advancing rapidly. Tho fall grain
wo aro told, generally, looks very promis.
ing; and suoulu tho remainder ot the sea
sou be propitiojs, an abundant harvost
wj.ll bo rewarded of our farmer.".
CtarToo Skvkiu:. Walking up Main
6trcet tho other day we overhoaid tho fol
Young America, No 1. I toll you,
Sammy, what I'd do with these infernal
Abolitsonitts if I were tho boss.
Youug Atactica, No a. Well what
would you do, Johnny ?
loung AmeiicaNo 1. Why I'd draft
'nm nil Mtlfl lllnn m.l.n 'nm ll.n..
-m. ... .,.. t,,.U UUI fayj. Ullll uiuii
I'd make each ono inarch ami fight along
eitlo of a big niggor.
Young Amerioi, No 2, Ah, now I
wouldn't that would lie loo severe on the
poor nigger '
IGIRTON'S CHEAP HAT STORK
Another Arrival of floods.
Now is Your Time to Buy,
i now sell cheaper than hvr.rt,
frill! undersigned having bought out the firoceryo
Jl Pnvld Strotiti, lint removed Ills lint and Cap Flora
tip to Stroup's old stand, whtrc In addition to a supe
rior assortment of
Bl'IHStt AM) SlhlhMIt
Hats and Gaps, pH?
Comprising every sort, slfco mid quolHy, which will la
sold nt unusually low prices, Ik will continue tho 0 To
re ry and Notion business ns carried on hy .Mr, Stroup,
Also-A fine lot of KtlW, MOHOt. EOS nnd Lmsasto
whleli he Invites the nt cntlon of Shoemakers mid the
nioonisbtirg, May 30, 1EG3
A double sheet weekly Dcviocralic Journ
al, of Eight nages and Forty..
' Eighs Columns of rea
Tin attention of the Democracy of rcnns)lvanln and
ofether runtes, Is called to the Importunes of extend
ing the circulation of the
WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC liCADUB.
ny so extensively clrcnlntlngncwspipers, (whllo the
Democrats have been comparatively indifferent to this
method of Inllccnclugthe pabllc mind,) tho nholltion
Istshnvo succeeded lu Increasing their number from a
few Now England fanatics to n party which now con.
trols the nntionl Is it oat time for the democrats to n
wnkc ton soncu of the necessity for reaching the minds
of tho people 7
THE DEMOCIUTIC LEADER
K nnd will continue to ho n firm nnd feorlcss ndvocnto
of Democratic principles and of t lie interests nf tlic
Democratic party, as tho hot means of promoting the
interests ofthe country, It will maintain abold nppo
sitlon to all enemies nf the principles of the National
Constitution and of tho rights of the people, and will
insist upon the mnlutainance ofthe Constitution as it
is, and the restoration of the Union as our fathers left
Tim Lender, besides furnishing
and expressing its own views thereon, will contain all
General nexvs of the Day.
Together with Miscellaneous reading, Toclry, Stories
and all cuch matter as is requisite to constitutute a
First Class Family Newspaper.
It will be controled hy o clliue, nor will it ndvo
catc the claims of any candldato for olllcu until ho
blial I have bcrniuu the regularly nominated candidate
of tho Democratic party ; Hut it will ever advocate tho
decisions of that party, as to both measures and men.
Resides containing a weekly summary of nil tele
graphic and gonpra news, the weekly leader will bo
enriched by original rroductious by tome ofthe best
writers in the couutry
it iSTnr.i'Arr.iiironTiin farmer,
it is tiii: paper for tiii: fikemuc.
it is tiii: paper roii tiii: patriot,
it is tiii: pa ran roit tiii: mechanic,
it is tiii: i' a ran run tiii: army,
i v is tiii: paper roii all clashes.
No one thou hi neglect to subscribe fnr it at once.
WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC LEADER,
will be furnished to subsciibcrs at the following prices
Single Copies, one year'
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All pnyinentstn he made invariably in advance.
'J lie f riciids of democratic principles nnd the Ameri
can Union, it is liwped w II interest themselves In liel
ping to give tho I, I, AUDI! a I a rye circulation. Uct up
clubs immediately. Address
pine & lewis.
No. 103 S. Third St., I'hila.
May 23, IM',3.
C. HOW E 11,
srac-roN DENTIST. .
iirjtPr.CTrur.LV oflra his profess
ional i-ervlcea to tho ladu s and gentle
men of l.loiiitubiirg anil vicinity. Hi: ii
urenaied to ntlcud to ail tint v.iriims
operations in the lino nf his tirnn'btnn. n ml w mm i,l,l
witlitliulatot improved l'OHCEl..1IM TKV.TII; which
iMjiii-eneii on poiu. piaiina, silver aim rutiber uaio
tolnukuvll as the natural teeth'
.Mineral plate and block teeth manufactured and all
OIK rations Oil tl( til. rnri-fulll nnil nrnin.rlv :i ll..mli-il tr
Koi.leuco unit oihce a few doors ubovo the Court
iiouse, same smo.
Bloomsburg, JuncO. ie03,
Bark ! Bark !
WANTED IMMEDIATE LY.
Q00 Cords of Bark, wanted by tho under-
signed, immediately, at thcTnnnery in Illoomsburg,
for which the highest price will he paid lu Cash or
Loathe- Win, SNVDUll.
loomburg. May 9, ISGa, lm
Estate of Henry Sckell deceased.
Lr.TTr.RSof ndminihtialion on the i:tuto of Henry
i-chell, lato of Heaver twp., Columbia eo dee'd.,
havo been granted by the Register of Columbia co., to
Hie undersigned ; all persons having claims nsain.t tho
estate of tho decedent lire requested to present them to
tothu Administrators, at their resilience iu said township-
without delay, and, all persons indebted to make
payment loithu ith.
LDMUNI) SCHULLi j ., .
WILLIAM SCIIU1.I., j
May 10, 18G3.-Gw 5J
WAR PRICES OVER 1
AT THE STORE OF
9f Iho has Just received, and is now opening a prime
wV stock of New Goods from tho Lustern markets,
which will bo bold low for cash or produce,
PRINTS at HI,, '" 18- . nnd 5S cents,
llrown it Rleaehcd Jluslin,
at 2(1, 25, 35, and 40 cents
De, Laincs, Clialies, and Dress Goods, a
Jull supply at 18, 25, ai, and up to 50 cts
LADIES' OPERA CLOTH
Also, a fresh supply of
GROCERIES, SPICES, tJ-C
Afro, a large lot of
QuKEXswAitE. CiniArtw.vnE. IlAnnwAitr.
Boots find Shoes ,
And nil kind of Mcrihandlsc usually kept in a coun
Cull and examine No thnrgifor showing Roods,
.May SI. lt-1,3,
rpllHI ork contains the principal Fpctclieaof Hon.
J. C. L. Vailamuuiiam, oh
.1II01.U lux, 'inr. UAo.v, .7,v) 77: civil ir.m,
also paitd of other Speeches, Litters. Voles, etc, it is
haudomi.ly printed on good, 21s pages largo r!n, and
has a v ry linoly executed steel ciiurnvtd likeness of
'I'hc work has been caiefully compiled and edited.
Also icvincil and approved by .Mr. Vullandighaui. it
is having a large sale.
i'tlco, paper covers, CO cts.; Cloth, Sl.nri; delivered
hy mall or express, pripaid, on receipt of prico.
A liberal discount to Agents and dealers.
I'ublLhsd by . J. WA L'l'l R & CO.,
I C7" A copy n ill be sent In every editor who inseits
the above snd this notice before July 1st, Icu3, and
. if nils a mckid copy o hn pupcr to llm FuHltlrrs
1 Juni IHJ J m
.. tc"Th0, t?nmcrclal Cllrcc will ho conducted by
tho Principal, I), H' Lowell, who taken the opportu
'.' tr, !m,"".,Iii( la ficnrty thanks to tho public for
their llbhrul patronngo heretofore bestowed on tho
Institution, nnd Invests their ntttntlon to the Improv
mcnti soon to bo Introduced Into the several depart.
"ont- !) W. Lowell,
nttsoruTioH.orrARTurniiitr.-ltwIllbn seen by o
notice In cur columns thnt Mowell i Warner havo
dissolved partnership In the Comtuetclnl College
2" Lmtcll rsjutlnufi to conduct this oxcellont nn.l
flnurlshluir Institution, nnd is highly qunliflcd for the
task. Our business relations wllh him hnvo nlwnya
been of Ilia most pleasant nnd satisfactory charnoter.
and wo comond him nnd his Collcgo to tho continued
crinfldenco and pntronago of the puliMc.-Ilinghamton
To Ninvons Smrntns or nont Btxt A reverend
gentlemen having been restored to health in n fow
days, aRer undergoing nil tho Usual routine nnd irreg
ular expensive modes of treatment without success,
censlders It his sacred dutv to commiinlrnin m 1,1.
nmicicu iciiow crenturcs tho means or euro. Hence,
on tho receipt of an tiddrcssed envelope, lie will semi
freA n ennu nf llm nm,lh,lnn ,...., mi i .... I
JOHN M. DAONALL, lrd rulton street, llrooklyn.
ClIlt.Dni owe m'ldl Of their lrkni- In enM. Nn
mnlter where tho dlscnso may appear to bo seated, its
orliiin may bo traced to suppressed perspiration, or n
. . f-fnl"l" and lung complnlnts are direct products
of colds. In short colds are tho linrblneers of linlf tho
d scascs that nnhrt luimmiliv. fnr
by checked perspiration, anil ns flvo-clghths ofthe
nnsiu mailer 01 inn iinnv p.rn in titrnnt, , I , nnm. ir
these pores nto closeil, thnt proportion of discntcs
iLUBnitiii iuiiiiwh. ieep cicnr, incrciorc, 01 coins
nnd coughs, the groat rccursors nf dlseaso, or If con
tracted, break them up Immediately, by n tlmclyiiso nf
m ADAMI; I'OIlTi:il'8 UIJIlA'J IVn MAI.SAM. Bold '
by all Druggists, nt 13 cents and 9J cents per bottle. I
March 14, ler.3.
rpo CONSUJll'TIVLS. Tho ndvertlscr having been
X restored to health In n few weeks, by a very slmplo I
ii-uivu,, uii,riinviig euui'reo several years wnn a so
vcro lung ntlcctlon, nod that dread disease, consumption-
Is anxious In iimko known tolilsfcllow-suffercrs
the menus of cure.
To all who deslro It. ho will send n copy of tho pro.
scription used, frca of charge! with tho directions for
preparing nnd using the same, which they will find n
sure cure for consumption, asthma, bronchitis, &c
The only object of tho advertiser in sending tho pro
scription is to bene lit tho mulcted, nnd sprend informa
tion which ho conceives to ho Invnluablo, and ho hopes
every suirercr will try his remedy, ns it 111 cost them
nothing, and may prove n blessing.
llev. r.nWAltl) A.WILSON, Wllllnmsbtireh,
March 14, 1603 -:tm Kings County, New York.
Uniformity of Frlcca ! A Now 1'eaturo In nusslness
nvcryono his own Salesman I JONLS u. CO. of tli
CrcsontOnel'rlco Clothing Bloro.No. 204 Markctstrcet
above tfixth, Philadelphia,
in aiuiiion to naviug tno largest, most varied and
fashionable stock of Clothing lu Philadelphia, made ex
prcssly for retail sales, havo constituted every ono
his own satcman. bv having marked in tletires. oncnoh
nrtlilont tho very lowest prico It can bo sold for so they
cannot possibly vnry-.flll mUBt buy alike.
tiio goous are wen sponged ami prepares ami grcai
painstaken with tho making so that nil can buy with
tho full nsuranca of getting u good nrticlo nt tho very
lowest prico. Also, it Inrgu stock of piece, goods on hand
ofthe latest stylo and best qualities, which will be mado
to order. In tho mot fashionable and best manner, 25
percent, below credit prices.
Remember the Crescent, In Market above Sixth street
No 2UI. JONI'.B & CO.
wia.o.iUiuu.. -ii.ix ..in
THE FMILY SOAP MAKER.
Till', public sre cautioned ngainst the spurious artic
les of lyu for making soap, &c, now offered for sale.
Tliu only trenuine and patented lye is that made hy the
i'enn;lvanla salt manufacturing company, their trade
mark for it being "Saponitler or concentrated lyo."
Tho great successor this article iias led tiuprincipalcd
partii-s to endeavor to imitate it, in violation of the
All manufacturers, buyers nr sellers of tho spurious
lyes, aro hereby untitled that the company have em
ployed ns their Altornwys,
George Hording. Esq., of I'hila., and
William Dakcwcll, Esq., of Pittsburg.
And that all manufacturers, uer or sellers nf lye,
in lolatioti of Hie rights ofthe Company, will be plot
ccutvd at once,
or concentrated lye, Ufur sale by all Draggists, Gro
cers and Country Stores.
The United Slates Circuit Court, Western district of
IVnnsylvania, No. 1 of May term, in ICiW. in Miit of
the Pennsylvania suit unmuf.icturing company, vs.
Tho?. M liaa decreed to thi Compan on Novemhrr
lPiii, the inclusive right srantcu by a patent ovvnd
by tli cm fur tin; Faponillcr Patent dated Octubur
lc'oO. Perpetual Injunction awarded.
SiilL? 02 AfiiUD'O'lUIBllSSlS S(D
127 Walnut Street, Philadelphia,
Pitt St. and Duqucnso Way, Pittsburg.
.May 2, 1803,-3m.
ON and nftcr JULY 1st, 1FC3, tho privilege of icr
vertlne the present issno of Ll!(JAI. TLNDLT
NOTi:s INTO THU NATIONAL SIX I'UR CUNT
LOAN (commonly called "rive-Twenties") Hill ccue
All who wish to invest iu the rive-Twenty LuC!
must, therefore, apply beforo tho 1st of July next.
No. Ill S THIRD sit,, Philadelphia.
April II, 18G3.-3m
''piIE subscriber has just received a lot
" Hosiery Trimmings aud New Goods, such an
2 S IP tKI H Hi S o
AND OTIIHR NOTIONS.
tCP" Wheeler k. Wilson's Sewing Machines far 6alc.
Also Sunday School Honks and Bibles.
Also Mrs. Allen's Hair Restorer, which will give to
gray its natural color,
A, D. wnnn.
Next Door below Court House.
Dloomsburg, May 30, IctW,
LARGE ARRIVAL OF
New Spring& Summer
AT PETER. ENT'S STORE,
l.v Lianr sTitr.r.r, coi.umiiia cou.vtv, r.i,
HAS just received from Philadelphia, nnd is now
opening nt the old stand lato'y occupted by .Marti
Unl, a splendid assortment of
whlchwill bo sold cheap for
OAPII OR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
His storkcnnslsts of Ladies Dress floods clioicest styles
nnd latest fashions
READY MADE CLOTHING.
ROOTS Si SHOES. HATS & CAPS.
tu short very thing utualiy kept in a country storo
The patronage of old friends, nnd Ilia public general,
ry, is respectfully solicited,
The lilehe t market prico paid for country produce.
i'ETER 10 NT
1 ighl Street, May 30, l'C-3
. FOItnATfl, MICH, ROACH ns, ANTfl, llllt) 1IU03.
MOTIIU IN runs WOOLLLSS, &c. INSLOTcI on
l'LANTrl. FOWLS, ANIJIALSfcc.
I'itt tip In Sue. . 10c. And SI 00 llnxcs bottles and flasks,
93 and S3 sizes for Hotels, Public limtltutlons, Uc,
"Only infallible remedies known."
"I'rco frem poisons."
"Not dangerous to tho human family."
"lints come out of theli holes to die."
ftT" Sold wholesale In nil large cities,
ITT" Hold by nil Druggists nndllctntlcrs everywhere.
f7 lllllewnrnlll'rof all worthless Imitations'
ty Ho Hint "Costar's" name is on each llox, llottlo, k
l'lask, heforo you buy
ttT" Address IlliNUY It. COSTAtl,
By Principal Depot 492 llroadwav. N. V.
O- Bold by
UYUii t jiuvi;k, wiiolesalo and
May 2, lB03-3m.
AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Iii Bloomsburg, I'a.
Mill nt riiolpsvlllc, Sullivan county, I'a.
May 2, ie03,-3m.
First Great Arrival.
srniNG noons in onANonriLLn,
The undersigned, has, Just repln nl.li Store
Iloiifelii Orangcvlllc, with n well-selected nsssrotmcnt
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS.
Consisting in part of Cloths, Silks, Mucins, Cassi
mcre, Olngliams, Calicoes, Shunts, Hosieries, Carpets
nnd LDits' TANev Dtttss (loou, generally, from 12 J to
Toctsnud l'rlnts from 12 toSjcts.
READY MADE CLOTHING-.
Hals, Hoots & Sho Mackcrcll, Molasses, Sugar
With all other artlles. inually kept in couutry Stores,
to which he invites the early attention of old and new
customers. Having been nttlio City in the right time
bought low nnd paid cash he will be able to compete
with the best, and sell for small profits and prompt
pay. His friends aro invited to pop in nnd seu the
Crnngevlllo, May 2. lSf,3.-3ai .
WANTED-1 A A f tnnSHIXOLK
S00.000 feet of 1 fJJJJ Lumber of t
klndsfnr weich the liighes market prices will be paid
in uciiiuiKu lur Kouus, u ii,i.n.iii.ie.
Jcrseytown, Mays, 1303,
New Clothing Store.
LATEST SYLES CAEAP GOODS
rr'Iir. undersigned respectfully informs his friends
L and the public generally, that he lias just received
from tbo Iljtlcm cities, a largo assortment of
AND SUMMER CLOTHING.
l'resh from tho seat nf fashion, of all sorts, si.o and
onalities, which will ho sold cheap fur c.nh era
hats & caps iiooTS u siior.s.
Together with a variety of notions and things too
troulilcMini! to enumerati.', to winch ho Invites tho at
tention of purchasers. Call and examine.
A J EVANS.
Dloomsburg, May 2, 1PC3.
rrof. H.I). Walker A, M. Principal. Tin next term
of this Institution will commence! on Wednesday,
April 15th. Students desirous of being admitted to ei
ther of the Norm il Clae should ho present on Tues
day at 10 o'clock for Exaniinatlon.
Tuition trom SI to Sd per Term of II weeks.
Hoard in good families, .'jper week.
Cuod Rooms for students nihhing to hoard them
selves. For farther particulars inquire of the Principal or of
J S WOODS,
licet, ot T(Uluc.
.March 23, lfKl
ELI 1 1 01. DEN
TNVITE'3 the nllititloil r,f every felide
x tins paper, wmcii lueniiies many tuous
(Mis of his old patrons and iMmtaintances To
iiiiiiumifiiiilly large and beautiful variety
AMEUICAN and I.MPORTEl) WATCHES, CLOCKS
nnd elegant designs of JEwELItY. Silver Wnre, fee,
708 Market Street, PHILADELPHIA
March 7, ir03-12m
CATTAWI3SA Rail-Road COMPANY
Williamsport. April Id, 1603.
On and after Monday, autli mat. l'jsecgcr trains
will pass Hupcri as lonnws ;
I'hila. Mail, I'ass Rupert
Arriving at Thlla, at
l'hlia Express i'ass Rupsrt
Arriving at I'hila at
and at New York at
Niagara Express. Pass Rupert
nrriviug nt Williamsport at
1'ln.irr, Mull in.. I!ni-rt
nrriviug at WiTltamrport at
II. STANLEY COODWIN.
rwffM-m THE GREAT CAUSE OP
W HUMAjNl M1SE11Y.
Just published in a sealed Envelope : Trice G cts.
A Lecture by Dr. Culverwcll, on the
caueo nnd rtircof speriuarorrhnen. Consumptinii,
mental uud physical debility. Nervousness, Epili psy
Impaircd Nutrition of the Hody Lassitude, Weakness
of the limhs nnd the hack, Indisposition nnd iuenpa
city for study and labor, dullness of apprelieiuion, loss
of memory, aversion to society, lovo nf Solitude, tim
idity, self distrust, dizziness, headache, alfuetluii of tlie
eyes, pimples no Hie face, Involuntary emissions, and
sexual incapacity, the consequences of Youthful nidi
crctiou, &c., &c.
C7This admirable lecturo clearly piovcs tint the
above enumerated, often self-nlllicled evils may be
removed without mcdicino nnd withuut dangerous
snrgical cpcralions, and should be read by every youth
and every man in the land.
Sent under seal, to any address in n plain sealed
envelope, on the receipt of six centd or two postage
stamps, by addressing
CHAS. J. C. IILINE, & Co:
127 Broadway, Now York, 1'ostOthre box, 45:fi,
May 23, ltJIKI, (Nov, 1, Wti.)
UTE Cot,! It, D. JOSE3,
No. 77 Dock Street, nest door to tho
Post tJilico, Philadelphia.
mhls well known establiehnieut maintains its usual
JL celebrity, and its well known repuiatien of being
HOTEL ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN
Shall be sustained. Rooms may bo had at nil hours
pur night, a cents i per week, 82 .V), per month, 10.
The liar nnd Eating Departments are furimhcd will
the best of everything Ihu maiketrnii produce,
GAME, FRUIT, VEGETABLES,
and delicacies of every clime may be had at tt mome t's I
Meals at 12 cents and upwards, and may be had from
5 A. M, till 12 nt night, lientleiueii may re.t as.urcd
that no uvpense will be spared to render this Hotel a
J. OTTENKIRK, Propr.
March 7, 16G3-3m,
TllEI'roprntorof this well, known and cuntrally Iocs
ted House, tho Em immie Hoiei., situate on Mai,
Street, in llluomshurg, 1 'Jiately opposite Ihu Colmn
lua County Court House, i vcetfully informs his friends
nml ilin iiiiblie in eenerni ,hat his llouso is now iu or
der for thu reception an .tortalnnient of travelers uho
mav teel dUnosed lo fu . it with their custom, llo has
nnred mi cxneiKO ill nr iiaiinc the Exuhkoe, for the
e ilertainment uf Ills cm sis. neither shall tliero he nny.
i thing wanting (on his p rt) lu tuliiister tu their personal
I enmlnrt. Ills house is spacious and enjoys an excellent
U" Omnibus? run a all times between Iho Exchange
1 Hote l nnd Iho various li nl Ruad Ilepots, by which trav
elers will he pleasautlv ennvejedtn and from the re
1 snectivo Stations ill ctu time to meet tho Cars.
WM, II, KOON8.
Uloomsburg, July 7, I'-'i'O.
OIGAR S & TOBACCO.
A large assortment of choico Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes'
Trulls, Confection, ry nnd Notions generally, toeelh
er w ith u full stock of HATS and CAPS, constantly nn
hand and for sale cheap at the "Uloomsburg Hat k Cp
JOHV K OIRTON,
lioomtturg, Mt.na Jt let!
VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE.
TN pursnnnco of nn order of the Orphans' Court of
i Colitmhla couiilV, mi HATUHDAY, TUB TWDNTI
LTII DAY OF JUNi:. nctt, at 111 o'clock III the fore
V.10!', 1 ''"'"' Kmm, AdmlnlMrstrU rf Ahrnhiim
1 Kline, late of Flslilngcrck Ion tmliin. In said coun
ty, docensed, will cjposo to sale, by public vendao, on
tho premises, n certain
LOT OF LAND,
lying and being In tho township f I'ishlngcrcck, In
said county, hounded by hnds of Mo'Cs Atcllsnry, ami
lands now of Jamci 8, Woods, lato of John Laiarus.
dcc'd.,nnd by tho public road leading through Still
CONTAINING ONE ACHE,
mor or less, whereon aro orectcd n two story
FKAME DWELLING 110IISK.
FIIAME STADLE.A TANNERY
and the necessary fixtures of Hark Mill, he.
Late tho cstatoof said deceased, slluatn In the town
ship of Flshlngcrcek, and county aforesaid.
JACOII I'.YCItLY, Clerk.
CoynlTlovs! Tfln nrrnnl.nC Hin n.t.nA h.n,,..!.
bopalitdown onthodnyof sale; one-third or the iial
nnce on tho final confirmation i and tho remainder on
the first day of April, 1BU4, with Interest on whole sum
unpaid from date of sale, l'ossesilon given Immedi
ately on payment of the ten per cent.
iiioominurg, xay ifcO.J.
Hon, Wilson McOandlcss, Judge of the United States
Circuit Court, President.
Corner I'cnn nnd St. Clair Street, I'lTTaBUIlfiH, I'A
Tlin LARGEST, OIIAITHT AND REST.
$35.00 pays forn full Commercial Course,
ns No extra ch.irrns for Mnnt,rnr,i,.nr. s:,nr,t,n.
Railroad aud Hank llook-ICccping,
Ministers' Sons at half lirlrn. Kfmlnnfi .mlor nn.l rn.
view nt nny tlmo.
'ibis Institution is convicted by experienced Teach
ers and practical Accnuiitants, who prcparo young men
for nctlvo business, nt tho least expense aud shortest
time, for tin; most lucrative iiud responsible rltuatloiis.
inpiomns grnuieu ior merit only. Hence tho universal
preference for graduates of this college, by busiuess
Prof. A.COWLEY, the best Penman In llm Itnlnn.
who holds the largest number of flr.t
overall competitors, teaehes rapid business writing,
I'nr specimens of I'ciimanslilp, nnd Catalogue con
mining iuii f iiiuriiidiiou, em lose iweniy'livo CC1IIS to
JENKINS U SMITH, Principals.
D7" Attend where tho eons nnd Clerks of iluslness
Men nnd Hankers graduate.
April 111, lefc!-ly. April -1, 1SG3.
rpnu undersigned Informs the citizens of Illoem.
X am' neighborhood, that he has taken the large room
iu tho Exchange Illock, extending over .Messrs. Stoncr
fc Fox's llnkery, and the llookstoro where he has put in
a larccSkllpl t. It Is only by Skylight that good pic
ures can betl ion especially groups where each person
an be takehj ist as well us separate.
Ilu has roii to tontideroble expemn to mako his ns
nblitdimcnt first class on,,, and he therefore solicits a
bcralpatro ago to enable him, to constantly Introduce
Ihnmodo .1 improvements nf the art.
s- Cohii produce taken in Exchange for plcturos
nioomihnrg, Nov. 23 1601. Nov. 0 'S2
IMPORTANT NOTICE !
TO THE PATRONS OI' THE
STABS OF 'OttK rSOBSTM.
OTlcr. is hereby niven. that tho sub
scrintlon and mhcrtisinimrrniiot ,tnn ii,n pi,
Usher of the fa car or tiik Noktii, lire placed In the
handsofMrs. Win. II. Jarnbv ofltinoiiKlinrir fn. i,
diatc collecti'in. Tin Editor of said paper having been
drafted, nnd obliged to go to war.lt is necessary Hint
prompt pa) litems be in id iu order that his family may
have means of support. Your early attention to this
matter may save costs and prove advantageous to his
family. WM. II. JACOI1Y,
rub. Slar of the .VurfA.
January 10, 1EG3.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Penna.
7akespleasurelnntinonneingto tho public that he I
has taken and thoroughly refuted the Forks Hotel,
fcrmerly occupied by Robert Ilngenbuch, Illoomsburg, 1
aud is prepared to accomodate travellers, teamsters, i
drovers and boarders. Ills table will bo supplied with '
best products the markets atTord, rend his liar will be I
constantly furnished with tho choicest liquors,
&VA large and commodious stable has been erected,
with a convenient stable attached. Attentive ostlers
willalwajs he in attendance, and lie trusts his obliging
attention to customers will secure him n liberal share cf
Uloonieburg,l'a..Nov. 2D, 1FGJ. I
ruuLiO Siqif.mt:, u'ilkes-dahri:, r.i.
Tncun-'erflgned, having taken this well-known stand
(formerly of Major l'uterhaugh), respcctfufly solic
its the patronnge of tho public.
No pains will he. spared in any of its departments, to
render satisfaction to all guest. The TAULE and the
I: All will always be supplied with thu
I1E3T THE MARKET AFFORDS.
T flood e'tabling for Horses and nttontivo Hostlers.
The "Exchange" is eligibly situated on tho Public
Siuare, and lias therefore peculiar ridvnnt.i'.pg to n,r.
sons attending Court or doing business iu the public
otnees. i.nargcs moiicrate.
N. I!.-Whenever you come to town, plenso call.
11 J YAPLE
Wilkcs-Carro. Nov. 15. 18G2I ' ' '
STOVE AND TIN -WARE SHOP.
THE undersigned would Inform the citizens 0
Ulooinsburg and vicinity, that he hasjust ro
eived nnd oilers for sale one ofthe moslexteiisive
i nstortmcnts of COOKINOnnd FANCY STOVES
ever introduced into tins market. Tho Christopher Ce
umbo?, James Robbnud Globe aro among tho first elas
cooking Stovcs.all of which aro air-tight and gas burnc:
His l'arlur stoves are handsome and the assortment vr
ricd. ALSO Particular attention is paid to Tin-Wan.
nnd House Spouting, upon short notice. All kinds of
repairing will be done w ith neatness aud despatch.
Country producu taken in exchange for work.
PHILIP S. MOVER.
nioomsbitrg. May 10, 18G2.
BLANK DEEDS & MARRIAGE CER
TIFIOATES. A superior lot of tho above articles,
with all other kind of Blanks, for sale at
the office of tho Columbia Democrat.
Wrn. B. BRADBURY'S
No. -127 Rroomo Street, New Yonic.
The subscriber rcspsctfully invites the attention of
his friends and the public generally tu his l'iauo.rorte
Establishment at No, 42? Hroome Street, Conor of Crosby
Having withdrawn his interest, stock and material
from the late linn of "l.ighte it Uradsburry," which firm
was dissolved otithclilst January, ult., and having i
purchased tha entire stock of Piunn i'ortes and Piano j
t'ortc Material owned by Ills brother, Edward R,
Hradbury, in the said firm, ho is now preparped to
supply the increased demand fnr his celebrated Piano
Fortes. Emplo) ing the most tkilllul and experienced
workmen, with a large stock oftho hist nnd most thor
oughly scusoncd material und an abundance of capital
lie has taken ill hand thu personal supervision of the
thu whole business uf manufacturing his instilments and
is enabled to turn out l'iano-1'ortes of unequalled tone
und durableucss. ,
IIRAUUURY'S NEW SCALE PIANO TORTE.
In tho nrrangement of our now scale, drnwn and pre
pared with the utmost care, expressly for our new
instruments, uc havo addml every improvement uhlcli
can iu uny way tend to t lie perfection of tho 1'iano
l'urto, and wo can confidently assert, that fur delicacy
uf touch, volume, purity, brilliancy and sweetness uf
tuna, combined with that strength and solidity of frame
necessary to durability, these instruments urn unc-
"SinENaTM and IIe.i'ty" is our motto, and we invite
thu closest criticism of the best unbiased judges iu tho
ID" Every instrument warranted for five years,
WM, 11. HRAIIIIURY,
407 Rroomo St., cor. of Crosby, New York.
March 1 l,lgG3.:im
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE
Estate of Patrick Tool, deceased
LETTERS of Administration on tho Estate of Pat.
rick Tool, lato of Centre townshil), Columbia co,.
deceased, have been granted hy the Register uf Cnlum-
' bin co lu the umiersigneu ' ult persuns Having ciauns
ugaliist tno estate ol l no ucceuueii. nro
preseuitiiem to me uuuersigiieu, ui nis rusiuencu in
said township, without delay, undall persons iudebtcd I
to make payment fortliwi.h,
CHARLES TOOL, Mm'r.
May 21, 18G3.-GW,
COAL FOR SALE.
TJAMUA COAL, Iho very best In mark!!, for nit
. on application to the Editor of this Journal
GOOD TEAMSTER. Will paySlO
per monin anu uoaru
Dolumbia county. Pu
Apply at Matnille Forge
April 15 Jt63,-3w $i CO
mm mm mm latest
IP YOU WANT TOUUYYOUR
Cheap Spring Goods,
Cre asj's Store, In Light Street, I'a.
ALL Kim OP GOODS !
Paints, &c., &c.
In addition to our largo slock of Dry Coods, wo havo
f large and full nssorlmcnt of Ready Made Clothing
nor Men and Hoys wenr which wo nro determined to
sell cheaper th in can he bought elsewhere. Call and
sec, nnd Jodgo for yourselves.
II. W. CREASY U CO.
Light Street, March 1, 18C3.
Estate of William Rhone, deceased.
Notice is hereby given thnt lctcrs of ndminlstratlnn
on Iho estate of Wm . Rhone, Into of llcnton twp.,
Columbia county, deceased, have been granted hv tho
Regisler of said county, to thu undersigned, who re
sides in said llcnton township Columbia co. All per.
sons having claims or demands ngainst the estate of
thu decendent ate rcpmitcd to present them for settlo
mcnt, nnd those Indebted to make payment without do
March 2?, 161)3.-4w 93.
THE NEW GROCERY STORE.
MORR FRESH GOODS.
Just received at Erasmus' Ntio Store.
Oats and Caps
FEED AND PROVISIONS.
Together with a grent variety of notions and ctceto
tas. too numeiou- to mention.
E7 Duller, Eggs, Meat and produce generally taken
In exchange for goods, '
Illoomsburg, May 0,1603. A. n, EUASJIUS.
T ost, some time since by the untlcrsinnctl
JJreBidlng In I'Uhlngcieek twp., Columbia county, n
Note of hand, for $2eii 00, doted April fllh ICOi nn
three months. aigned Daniel Ash. Willi Ami rmv Itnl II.
A liberal rcwnnl u-lll lm nni.i i...
salil TlOln. IVirm.nl I I .. ' -. " .' V r'""l'l
other" ?"'o ' " Sail1 "10' " C!"' b f " Valuo 10 n,'y
May 9, ieG3. 3w
f? HE iinderslsned. erntefiil for nn
4 fully informs his cuttumers and the nuhlicrenernllv I
that lie hisJiiM received from the Eastcrne cities Hi
largest und most select stock of
Spring and Summer,
That has yst been opened In Bloomsburg, to which he
invites tho attention of his friends, und assures them
that they are oitereii tor sale nt great bargains. His
Stock comprises a large assortment of
, ui'NTLEMEN'S WEARIXO APPAnrr
' u , a " AulJ"' Al 1 AnnI"
Confining ol Fasiiionablk Datss Coits, of every des
criplion ; Pants, Vei.ts, Shirts, Cravats Stocks, Cotton
Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Susiicuders, Sec.
T17,"Xn?T 13 "f
t) Hi VV iijiJX ,
Of every description, fine nnd chenp.
N. II. Remember " I.outnbcrg's Chtap r.mpirium.'
call and sec. No charge for exnmlng (inods.
nioomsbitrg, March 2. ieG3. (June lasu.j
Latest stile lowest prices.
JUST Received a new assortment of latest ctylcs of
JPall Taper i ncluding Bardcring,
' fMJOT 'iLinedi0:
ntely over the storn of .xir. 1, T Sharpless, entrance
one dour eau of l.uues Drug Storo in the Rupert
Uloek, where all persons wishing goods in his lino
will be attended to, in person' at at all times.
TZ5T Popar Hanging ixccutcd to ordlr,
' n.nl hfiit sttiir nt. xhnrt untTpr
E. J, THORNTON,
Bloomoburg, MayO, lFG3-3m
New Drug Store,
wholesale & retail.
THE undersigned would inform their friends and the
public generally, that they have taken the Stand for
merly occupied by tlco. M. Itngenhuth, in tho Exchange
lluildlug, on Main street, in illoomsburg, where he h:is
just rcceivcu a full supply of
ji'iigs, Mdliciiics, Paints, i!s,
JiHifijis, &c ,
Which will be sold on moderate terms for ready pay.
Also, NOTIONS generally, of every variety, sort and
Physicians' prescriptions carefully compounded, nt
all times and on short notice.
rC" Confectionery of the best selections, nnd Soda
Water iu season.
U A share of the pabllc custom is respectfully so
licited. EYER & MOYER. ,
nioomsburg, April 11, 1BG3.
ISiiailing' Kail Itoail,
-IRRAT TRUNK LINE TROM THE NORTH AND
x-J Nortnwestlor rniiaueipnia, rteiv vrK, ueaJin
l'ottsville. Lebanon, Allentown, r.astoil. fcc S.c.
Trains leave llarrisburg for l'hiladctnhia. New York
Heading, I'nllsvillo nnd all Intermediate stations, at ti
a. m una v: p. m.
New York oxpteis leaves Ifarrisburg at 2.15 a.m.
anivittgnt New York at '.1 .13 the same morning.
Faros from llarrisburg i To New York ii 13; to
Philadelphia (3 3J and 5 J M. Uaggugu checked
lltttirnine. lenvn New York at 0 n. in.. 12 noon, and 7
p. in., (Pittsburg Express). Leavo Philadelphia at 6,15
a. m., nnd 3.110 p in.
Sleeping curs in the New York exprnsj trnins.througl
to nun irom ritisuurgn w nnoui cnange. a
Passengers by the Catawissa Railroad IcavoTainnqin
at did atfd a 15 ,, m for Ph.lade.phla, New York
and nil Wnv Points. -
lua i ivay rnin s. ,o
fo ', 'iladehVula. Tlarr . iarnl N wYoMc:- ,"n'"
An Accominodatiun passenger train leoves Reading
ntlltlUa. in. ami returns fruni Phi adc nhla nt 5.UU n
an All the above trains run dally, Sundays cxietitcd.
A Sunday train leaves Potiivlllu at 7,31) a iu., and
Philadelphia at 3.13 p. m,
Commutation, milrage, season, and ex-urslontrkcia
at reduced ratfuo aud from all rriM
il A Nlt'OLI 't,
Miy il, IH3 ifincroi fupcrMirnts'
noaiBAHim.lTT OP PORT HUDSOft.
OFFER 10 SUR RENDER.
New Youk, June 11.
The gunboats bombardetl Port Hudson
day nnd night on tho aoth ult,, without
meeting with nny response.
It is reported that Gen. Gardner offered
to jurronder lho.plaeo if allowed to match
out with their guns, provisions, &c. Cicu.
No important news from Viektburg.
Estate of Luduig Young, deceased,
I LITERS nf Administration on tho Estate of luj.
iwlg Young latoofMadisnlt twp. Columbia co dre'd.
hnvo been granted by the Register of Col. co.to I evl
Wrights, who resides in Hemlock townihlp, nnd
Abraham Young who resides in said Madison town
ship. All persuns having clallns ngnlnst the tstatn
of the decendenlarorcquc'lcd toprcscnt them fsrsct
tlemcnt.nud nil thoit indebted to make payment
AliRAIi AM VUIJNC
April 25, 1SC3."GwJS00
Printer, Rookbindcr L jlaiikhook
WltOLESALK AND RETAtt, DKAt.trt 1M
printing, WRti iNo ANo witAPi'iNo rArEha
AIIENT rOllTIlK CATAWISSA TAfEIl MILLS.
Main Street, first door belmv the Public Fpuaro,
Nov. 23, I8GI 12m.
(Lcs Maladies d'Errcur.)
I JOHN R. OGDEN, M. D., author and
I publisher of the above work, do hereby promlso &
'1 agree to scud free of charge to any young man who
will writo for It, ncopy for perusal. The proper Btiidy
of mankind Is Max. This vuluablo work is iSsned &.
sent forth fnr tho benefit of suffering humanity, it treat
in simple language on nil the diseases of Error. Inelu
ding seminal weakness. Nervous debility, indigestion
Melancholy, Insanity, Wasting decay, Impotency, fce.
Hiving safe, speedy, and effectual prescriptions for
their permanent cure, together with much valvable In
formation. All who favor me with n desire to read my
work shall receive a sample copy by return mall, frea
John h. ooden, m. d
No CO Narjrau St., N. Y.
May 23, 18G3-3ul.
FOR EVERY BODY.
TERMS CA SII OR PROD UCE.
Just come toC and W Krcamer's Store, In Jersey,
town, Pa. where you will And all kinds of D ry Uoods :
Ladies Dress Goods,
Fish, Moat, Salt,
Hats, Cap?, Roots,
I In short, everything that is generally kept Hi a coun
t ry storo.
! Wo w ill sell you goods at fair prices and t.iko nil
kinds of produce ns pay such as Mutter, Eggs, drain,
i Lumber. Shingles, Oak plank, and ill fact anything that
anybody else will buy and sell nschenp nscan ho sold
in ine country, wc 1,111 nu.u, uuutrsutu vy ui
Come then ono nnd all, judge foryour
sslves. Bring jour trade, but don't ask
C L W KRF.AMER.
Jerseyiown, May 2, ltfC-l.
Spring & Summer
THE subscriber lias Just returned from tho Clllcs
with another large nnd select nssortmet of
Spring- anil Siunmer Wooils,
purchased at Philadelphia, at tho lwest figure, and
which they nro determined to sell on ns moderate terms
ns ran be procured elsewhere in Uloomsburg. His
of choicest ttylos and latest fashion .
vur (wons, m-d aiiocKiiiES,
CKD.Ill li'.inF., WOi.OIK IVAUH
mOX, .V.4.S, J007VJ S; S110F.S
HATS & C.irS, cVcc, 5-e 5-e
III short ever) thing usually kept In country Stores
o which he invite the public generally.
The Highest price paldfor country produce.
S. H. MILLLU.
nibomsburg. April 19, 1F03.
New Millinery Goods.
Tho undersigned respecfully nnnounco to tho citizens
of nioomsbitrg nml vicinity that thu has just re
ceived from tno eastern cities ncr
SPRING AND SUMMER
nil of which she is prepared to make und sell
nt n verv reasonauiv low neurc. ncr nssou
ment of goods nrc it Utile superior in point of t
ilnrnMlilv a,, well as tastefulliess. no nnv Olf
ored in this section. Site returns thnnk.9 for tho
eral patronage she has received, and respectfully so-
llllll U VUIIIUIU4IIW U ,IIU S.IKI.I
Illonmiburg, April 23, 15C3, 3t
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