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BSP" Sovon Hun J red Volunteers Sick
in Gump ! YoviDg men, bo warned In tirno,
supply yourselves with Hollowny'a Pills
SATUHDAY MOHNINCJ, AUGUST 22, 1863,
Serci. John F. llAT.ii,fon of Hov. Win.
S. Hall, wounded at Gettysburg, died 1st
inst., aged 27 years.
Rev. G. W. Scott, will prenoh in tbo
Baptist Church of ibis place, on Sabbalh
next, nt 10 o'clock in the morning and at
G o'clock in tbo evening.
A Doinoeratic Mass Mooting and Polo
liaising will bo bold in Light Street, this
county, on next Friday, August 38, 1803.
Let tbcro bo a good turn out.
BSyPrcsidont Lincoln, it is said, spends
most of hUlcasuies timo in franking Loyal
Loiguo circulars and documents, by this
means helping bis own rcnoinination for
to?" Wo frequently bear men who act
with the abolitionists claiming to bo Doug
las Democrats. Wo havo no doubt but
what thoy aro Douglas Democrats Fred
War'Gov. Curtin, in a special message
to the Legis'aluro assured tho people that
ho would not bo a oandidato and yot he is
a candidate, and evidently moant to bo
when ho wroto bis message.
B Wo hopo no person into whoso
hands the Democrat, of this week, falls
will fail to road the admlrablo address or
the Democratic stato central committee
which will bo found on our first pago.
BSy Republicans, attention ! You said
if old Abo would issue a Proclamation de:
daring freedom to tho slaves, you would
join the army and make it "swarm.''
Tbo President took you at your word.
Now, why don't you volunteer I
JtSylMr. Jacob?, has resumed tho pub
lication of tho "Star of the North." It
looks bright and reads woll. The fact,
that Mr. Jacoby has boon serving in tho
Aimy tho past ten months has not in tbo
least diminished his devotion to sound
6jJGEO. D. Scott, Esq., of Catta
wiss, now a member of Capt. T. Cbalfant,s
"McClcllan Guards," at Camp Muhlen
berg, (near Reading-,) has furnished us a
very interesting communication which
owning to its length cannot appear un
til the next issue of the Columiiia Dem
ocrat. 6TWq understand that several rcgi
monts havo been precipitated upon Schuyl
kill county to cuforcc tbo draft. How
! Register's Notices,
$2 00 each invariably in -motick is hereby given to n logatcss, creditors
,,.!,. ii nml other persons Interested iu tho estates of tho
fr Oliiimnnr Tlintr urn rritnrsnlnnI tn nnrr ................... respective decedents and minors, that tho following
cv Ullitmont. J.110y aro gUaraniCOU to OUro "-":"""""--- ndmlnlslintloii and guardian accounts havo been fllecl
pi.i.i.ui 11. Ill.I.CTION, BATURDAV, ADO, 89TII. In the office ot Iho Reglstor or Columbia county, and
' will hi presented for confirmation and nllowanco to tho
' StNATnntAT I Orphans' Court, to bo hold at lllooinsburg, In tho coun-
71, i 7t . !r, ,, y aforesaid, on Wodnssday, the Oth day or September
riJ.. ..ZV .lJt"'rt if Columlt County : tioxt, nt 3 o.clcrck In tho nfternoon oMal.l day I
w.r J" . 1. Account of Sylvester HolTm-in. Ctcciitor of rder
spcclfully announce, thai I win i, , ,.;,iM;r. i.V... Iiotiinan, lato nt i.ikusi lotvnsmp, dee'd
tho Domoeratlii County Convention, for ti n" nomlna Inn . cw"i SLa.??.'tt ? ;"ow.cl
tho worst cases of Sores, Ulcers, Scurvy,
Fovcrs & Rowel complaints, Onloy 25ots.
por box or pot.
nfow York weekly wo ; Friendsand n.Qltivea.,atest JfeWS
JLI1U UUUK'Hlr IW1U J.JUat JLUib llfl" . OPTIltt
8RAVE SOLOTBS AOT
Wheat bus. SI 30) Green Apple
Ryo.." " 811 Dried "
Corn " '
00 Dried Poaohos 3 00
00 Butler $lb 10
75 Lard ' 10
60 Tallow " 12
Eggs.... $ doz. ia"
2 GO Hay... ' ton. 1300
GO , Chickens " pair ""25
to represent the Thirtoentn Bcntitorlal District of Penn
sylvania, composed of tho counties of Columbia. Mou
tonr, Northumberland and Bnyder. """"""
And rcipcctfully solicit your suffrage.
Illoom township, July 4, ISM. LUVt " V"
"" "' -1 f
photiiou otary and clerk or tile courts,
To tkt Democracy if Columbia.
Wo nro authorized to aniiounco, that JESSE COLE
MAN, of Ornngo township, will ben candldato for tho
0?',Su,r I rol ionotary ami Clerk of tho several Courts
of Columbia County, subject to tho decision of tho Dem
ocratic County Convention.
Ornngo twp., July, I, 1603,
paper Only ono dollar per annum,
Eight pagos forty columns. A com-1
ploto record of ovonts, Benjamin Wood !
Editor and Proprietor, Published at
No. 10 City Hall Square, Daily News
Ruilding, Now York City. J
Tit I. NEW VOIIK wnnKI.Y Nl'.Wn Is unrivaled
In Its ability and entcrntlso as a nubile Journal, and In
Adm'rs. of Hnmucl S. Weaver, lata of I'lthlngcreck every Department Is molt clflciently cunductad, so as
township, dee'd, luform a weekly record of events political, commenlal
nng 8. 13. Weaver,
A GentIiEmen, cured of Nervous Do- ;
blllly, Incompetency, 1'rcmaturo Dccny and Youthful
Error, actuated by a deslro to benefit others, will bo
happy to furnish to nil who need It (free of charge) tho
rcclpo and directions for making the slinplo licmody i
used l;i Ills case. Tlioao vitliln(f to proflt by his ex. 1
perlenco and possess a Valuable llcinedy will rcrclvo ,
tlio same, by return mall, (carefully sealed) by addrci-
sing joiix iloodem,
No, CO Nassau Street, N, Y.
Now York, August 15, IBOH 3m
EDITOR OP DEMOCRAT, Dear Hlr i Willi your
pormlsalou I wish you to say to the renders ofinur
fapcr that I will scud by return mall tn all who wish
t, (free) a ltccipo, with fu'l instructions for lunMng
and using a slmpln Vegetnblo Halm, that will cll'oclu
ally remove, in 10 days, pimples blotches, tan, freckles
and all Impurities of tho skin, leaving tho same soft,
clear, smooth ana beautiful,
1 will also mall frcoto those having nald Heads or
Ilo to fjcca, simple directions and Information that will
enable them to start n full ernwlh of Luxuriant Hair,
Whiskers, or a Moustache, in less lhan Ml) days, All
applications answered by return mail without charge.
THUS. P. CHAPMAN. Chemist,
July 25, ie03-3m J No. 831 Uroadway, New York'
THOMAS J. VANDEKSI.ICi:, Esq., or Hcmlojk twp..
o arc nut horftcil to aniiounco will bo a can.lldita tills
fal for COUNTY COMMISSIONER, subject to the do
cislon of ibo Columbia County Dcmotratic Coiivcntlun.
Hemlock twp., July I, lifU3,
REGISTER St RECORDER.
TJPON consultation with many friends in
y dlflVrcnt paits of tho Coiinly, I nm Induced to oflcr
'"yselfto the Democratic Contention. and subloct to its
ition,as acandlilato for tho olllco or
Register ij- Jicconlcr,
In and for tho county of Columbia ; and I hereby solicit
tho favorable consideration of tho Democracy at tho
Primary Dtlegato Elections It will bo my niiii to per
form tbo duties er tho oflico promptly, cilicientlv and
JOHN O. PREEZE.
flloomsburg, July II, 19C3.
wiisuip, uuc u,
3. Pinal account of Oconto A Ream, ndm'r. of no.
sanna Reedy, lata of llloom township, dee'd.
4. Account of Abraham II. Dlldino, Exr, of Andrew
Dlldluo, lata of Mount Pleasant township, dee'd.
5. Account of Edward llartman, guardian of Rebecca
I,o w, lato Rebcccn Hill, of Centre township,
i). Account of Isaiah llowcr, guardian of Hcnlah
Bitler, now Moniah Varner, of llrlarcreck township.
7. Pirst and final account of 8. II. Anderson, oum'r.
of John Anderson, lato or ucniro townslilp, ooc'u
financial and literary, throughout tho tvoild. In ad
dltloa to this it contains all tho Domestic Intelligence
UI nut. anu iuii il-.viis ... oci; mowi ... ...u
llelntercst. As u Po lit fn I Journal tho Weekly News
will bo found on tho side of the Constitution of tho
country ns it was framed and established by tho Path'
era of the Republic, and will scan with (aro and fidel
ity every public act that may tend to the violation t.
tho tetter and spirit or that instrument of our liberties.
I It prefers ami advocates the
POLICY OF PEACE
MADAME PORTER'S CURATIVE HALSA.M has
long tested tho trutli th.it thore aro first principles in
Mcdlclna ns tbcro Is In Science, au,l tills Mcdirino is
compounded on principles suited to tho manifold na
ture of .Man I Tho cum of Colds is In keeping open
tho pores, and creating a gentle internal warmth, mid
this is caused by tho use of this Medicine. Its remedial
qualities arc based on its pnwor to ns-lst ilic health?
and vigorous circulation of blood through thu lunss, it
enlivens tho niuscli-a and assists tlm skin to perform
its duties of regulating tho heat ot the system, and in
gently throwing oirthc waste substatico from tho sur
lacii of the body. It is not n volleut remedy, but emol
lient, warming, searching and directive. Sold by all
drugfil-ts nt 1.1 and S3 cents per bottle.
July 2.1, IS03-;inl
Unlformltyof Prices I A New I'cnturo in Ilusslness
Everyone his own Salesman! JONES it CO. of tho
CrcscntOnoPiIco Clothing Store, No. i!Ul Markctstrcct
above Sixth, Philadelphia,
In addition to having the largest, most varied and
fa-hioiiiililc slock of Clothing in 1'liilndelphin. made ex
pressly for retail sali's, havo constituted every one
ills own s.ileman, by having marked in figures, on cnoh
nrticlcat tho vcrylowost prico It can In) sold fur sothey
rniiHiit nossiblv vary-ll must buy allko.
'1'ho goods are well sponged anil prepared and great
pains taken with the making so that all can buy with
tho full assurnncn ot getting n good nrticle nt tlm very
lowest price. Also, a large sloe kf piece goods on hand
Ol iiiu imunt mi y iu nun nupi iuuiiui;b win hi , ,11 i.u muoc
to order, in Hie most f.ivhlounblu and best manner, 23
nor cent, below credit nrices.
Remember tho Crescent. In Market above Sixth street
No. aui. ju.j;s it uu.
To the Democracy of Columbia county ,
PROFOUNDLY grateful to vou for
.pii.bn uiixbiiius ui tiiiiiiuciicu iii my capa
city i at the solicitation of many old friends, 1 nm Indu
ced to OtltT mvself to tho Dmnnrr.ittf f?mitlu f-n
tion.and subject to Its action, as a candidate for tho
Prolhonotaru aad Clerk of the Courts.
in ntnl for thu County of Columbia Hh.niM I l,
nominated, I pledge myself tu execute tho duties of tho
olllco to tlio best of my ability.
niooinsburg, July II, 1803,
T)ANIRL JfcIlENRY, Esq , of Fishing.
U ITPf.tf fuivn.liln ivn hrn ,.ll,l.r,r.-n.t tn nnnmm..
will bo n eaudiilato for
Titasura of Columbia Count),
nt the approaching Election, subject to tho usages of
the Columbia County Democratic Convention.
juiy ii. i;uj,
8. Account of Ellas Mciidenhalt, miardlan of Thomas
C. Kcster, of Mount Pleasant township. I
li. rirst anu unai arcouui ui liiiaa Aionurnnail, , .
guardian of John M. Knorr, a minor child of Jacob to n ruinous and cxliauitlng system of Vnr
HI. Account of Richard Dcinott, ndm'r, cl Barnh Ste
II, I- i rut and final account ol John Yost, Exr, or Dan
iel Mnrklc, lato of Pishlnircreck township, dee'd,
II! Pinal account of llenjninln llomboy and Isaac Wag
ner, adm'rs of Isaac Wagner, lato of Hemlock town,
13. Second and final nccnunt of Lewis Ynttcr. Eir, of
Daniel Klstler, lata of Cnttawlssa township, dee'd,
II. Pirst mid final account of Lewis Yctter. Exr, of
Sebastian Mower, Into of Locust township, dee'd,
IS' Account of John llcndershnt, ndm'r. of John
Whltouight, Into of Madison townshln, dee'd,
16. Second account of Peter Lnubach, Exr, of John
J nubacli, lato of itenton township, dee'd,
17 Account of Joshua Robblns, ndm'r. of Peter Ap
tdegate, lato of Jackson township, dee'e.
lllooinsburg, Aug, 8, 1803. ' Register,
All who havo Pricnds and Relatives in tho Army r
Navy should tnko niicelalcnro that they bo amply sup
plied with thoso Pills and Ointment ; nml where tho
brava Soldiers and Sailors have neglected tn nrovldo
yesw 111 llieni, no better present enn lio sent
them by their Pricnds. They havo been proved to bo
i inmn ihn truth of tlio Drlncinln t'lnbodled In tho Do
tlnration of Indopencc, that the Just powers of tho ibeinsclvcs with them, no better present enn
I Government aro derived from tho consent of tho gov- ,,.,,. ,.v ,i,,,t rrlonds. Thev havo been nro
crned, It urges the preservation of tho fundamental
piluciplcs of liberty, Inviolate, as of mom sacred Im
portanco than national grandeur or consolidated power
under despotic rule, without tho pale of established
law, On all micstlous of nnllonal importance it Is tho
intlexihlo Cliampinn oi mo rignis oi citizens, ns gunr
tho Soldier's never failing friend In tho hour tfneed,
COIJOIIS AND COLDS Afl'ECTINO TROOPS,
1VI1I l,o sncedlv relieved nnd rfft'ttunllv curod bv
using theso admlrablo medicines, and by paying proper
nlmnlUii In flu, lllrntlnn wlilr-ll nm ntlnrlwil til eneh
1 Pot or Ilox.
cldcd to bo governed, It therefore boldly nwnws its' SICK HEADACHES AND WANT OP APPETITE,
purpose to sustnin tho Freedom of Speech and of tho 1NCIDEN PAL TO SOLDIERS.
L'S: .T IV: S .mWaKui"! I (Ur,t hl so ..4.l.n ... usually. , t,m
Inoditkntiiin of tho democratic principles Vililth to
this timo havo been sustained against every clfort to
overthrow them, In nil matters pertaining to llovcrn
mii.pil under the instruments bv which they liavo di
trouble or nnnoynnces, iibstrui ted poisplrallou, or cnt.
ingntid drinking whatovir is unu liolosomo, thus dis
turbing the licaltinui uctioii ot hid liver and stomacli
THE ATTACK 0.V CHARLESTON.
The Jiombarmcnt of Sunder in progress
Later Kcws from JHiiroic.
INDICATIONS OF A EUROPEAN-WAR.
TlW DRAFT IN NEW YORK.
iiertn mint 70 uovcrn- . .. . ,i , ,r .
meat the purpose of this newspaper I. to", protect tho ' Vrd'h Vno", t'.n.W, m,."'
people froni Incoiisidcrnto nnd ra.n legislation, and to -. ,. nrn,,, - i10ni.v action In both liver nn,
bold our public servants to a strict nccountaniiity lor
WHEREAS, tho Hok. William Elwell, President
Judgo of the Court ofOyer nnd Terminer and (ion
eral.Jall Delivery, Court of Qunrtcr Sessions of tho
Pence and Court of Common Pleas and Orphan's Court,
in thu 20th Judicial District, composed ol the counties
of Columbia, Sullivan and Wyoming, nnd tho Hon, John
M'Reynoldsic Stephen l)ildy,AssociatnJuilgcs of Colum
bia county, have issued their precipt, bearing dnto the lilli
day of May, in the year of our Lord mio thousand eight
hundred and sixty-three nnd to mo directed for holding n
Court of Oyer nnd Terminer nndCencral Jail delivery.
(icneral Quarter Sessions of tho Peace, .Common Pleas
enple from Inconsiderate and ra
mid our mibltc servants to n stri
their conduit nhlta carrying on the machinery of power
I To this end tlio mot careful attention will ho given tn
' nil Peilornl and Legislative laws, and n llrm nnd lm
' partial examination of every new political proposition
may bo expected ns tho only means of protcilinc tho
peoplofrom an nbridgemeiit of their rljhts.
I THE NEWS DEPARTMENT
Is supplied by a corps of reporters and correspondents
that is not surpassed by uuy other Journal, and tho
telegraphic Intelligence will bo rull, complete nnd re
liable, mid frum every point to which the electric wires
COMMERCIAL AND MARKET REPORTS
nnd Orphan's Couit, in llloomsburg, In tho county nf nre given In tho most succinct ret coinpli to manner
J EN ! Y 1HTTENUENDER. Esq.,
TWO good School Teachers inCnnyngham township,
Columbia nullity None but thuso with good cer
ttflrales need apply i to such good salaries will be paid.
Schools to commence about tho first of September.
J. J. 1IOAOLAND, Sccty.
Conynglinin twp., Aug. 52, ieii3 3v 1 01).
Pishloeereek tv n.. vc are authurlzcd to UH1I0UI1C9
will be n candidate for
Ticusurcr of Columbia County,
nt the approaching Elec.ion, subject to thu action of
Hie Columiiia County Democratic Convention,
July II, ldli3,
Eitatc of Ehas IVirlmun, of Greenwood.
'PlIE creditors and all other persons interested intho
L t-ftato nf Ellas Wurtuian, lata of Orccnvvool town
ship, Columbia county, will tako notice that John K.
Crot. nnd John Maley, thu n'slgnecs, have filed their
first account in the Prothonotary's Ollico ill the said
eoiinty, nnd that tuo said account win no prcsenieu to
ihn court of Common Pleas of said county, for allow
onco nnil confirmation nil Wodiies lay, tlio ninth day of
September next, of which nil partlts interested win
ALSO: Tho nccnunt of Wm. Piatt, committee of
person nnd estate of John Piatt, n Lunatic.
Al.BU : i ne aocouiu oi iieury iilihix anu jumi
Rarig, committee of tho person and estate of John
lirahmn, a lunatic of Roaringcrcek towiiphlp, Columbia
j.iuuu l. i-iiL i , i rum y
lllooinsburg, Aug. 8, 1603 lw.
Columbia, on tho first Monday, (being tho 7th day) of 'i iicy claim particular notlco for their fidelity and
Heptcmner next, anu to coiiiiuut.- "no ih-ir.
Notlco is hereby git on, to tlio Coroner, the Justices nf
tho Pracc and Constables of tho said county of Columbia
that they be then and thero In their proper persons at
1U o'clock in tho forenoon of said day with their records,
inquisitions nnd other remcinbrnncn to do thos- things
which to their offices appertain to bo done. And thoso
that aro bound by recognizance, toprosectlte against tho
prisoners that, nro or may be in the Jail of said county ol
t;oiumuia to uu tneii nnu tuero i" proiiociiie llieni us au.ui - t . . . ..i.ii l i,H Ai.n.An,n.
bo Just. Jurors aro requested to ho punctual in their at- pure In Iu morn'.l,,,n1ue,"?''J P " ".""i1 1 n F ?,." f Ilf.. f. J
tendance, ngrccably to their notices. Dated nt lilooms- and satisfactory w thai Inrne dass i 11 o to munity
biirg.thoCtli day of August, in tho year of our Lord ono who deslro to see the I 'ublicPres. treat MP imblic oucs
.i.. ."' , j. i ...i ,i.... 1 1 ,,. i on a with nrrmnicnts oxuressod In courtesy and candor
tveichlh vearof the Indcnaudencrofthv Knlted States though, at the same time, with tho spirit due
oi America. j, ii. ruit.uan,
imtli. nml all ihoso wiia daslro to comnrehend tlio ex
act financial condition nf tho country shonld not fall to
examine the Ticws which will bo found In this depart
ment of tho journal,
Iu nH'ntlier respects tho weakly news will bo found
to meet tho public demand. Ills tho especial object of
the Proprietor to render it u valuable and entertaining
Aug. 8. 18(13.
Espytown, Aug, 3-3,
iloes that, souud 1 To enforce the Draft ! ul w)'"burg
Lat becomes of Torney s idea that tlio
draft is an expression of the popular will,
something desired by the people if it has
to bo enforced at the point of the bayonet.
Information is Wanted,
OF the whereabouts of a little boy, named JiMns
MuGrath, aged about 14 years, fair hair, spare fig.
ire and klightly freckled iu tho faro. Said boy is op
posed to bo engaged on tho Oanal, as a lloat Driver,
probably between Pittstoiwind Danville, or perhaps on
the West llranch Canal. A liberal reward will be paid
to nnv nersou who will sit e information of Ills nresint
whereabouts, to his Mother, tho undersigned, nt Espy
town, Columbia county, or totno i.uuoroi tins journal
Estate of Uennevillc K. Folic, dee'd.
JCST Cuarles Conner, Esq., Chief
Clerk in Auditor General Slonker's Of
fice, at Hurrisburg, is now making his
auuual visit to his friends and he has
many of them in Columbia County. lie
is a gentleman, scholar and a Democrat.
The fact that Pee John, took the troublo
last spring to abuse him roundly through
tho Smut Machine, is the highest endorso
tnont of his dneotioy, fidelity and loyalty.
E- Lieut. Rrockwav writes us that one ,
charge of the Rebels was r-o severe that a
portion of the 11th Corps fell baok, where-'
by tlio Battery F. had to sustain the chage, I
and that thev drovo tho Rebels back with
1 ETTERS of administration on tho Eslato ofRenne-
Seville IC. Folk, late of lloinlnektwp Columbia ca.,dcc'd.,
havcbceii grunted by the Register of Columbia co., to the
undersigned : all persons haviti!; claims against tho es
tate of tho decedent aro requested to present tlicmtn
the undersigned, nt 1 is resilience in said townshln.
, without delay, and all poruins indebted to make pay
JACOU HARRIS, Mm'r.
Aug. S3, lG3-riw $.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NO 1'ICE.
Estate of Franklin Mcllride, dee'd.
Ir.TTP.RS of administration on the Estate nf Franklin
iMi Iltlde.luto ol" Hemlock tw n.. Columbia ro dee'd.
havo been granted by. tho Register of Columbia co., to
the undersigned ; nil persons having claims against the
estate nf thu decedent arc rcpicstod to present them to
tho Administrators nt their residcnco in said town
ship without delay, an I all persons indebted to nialiu
payment forthwith. i
III'!, 11 I'.tlltl.illl.'l,, .llilll I
August 8, 1M3. Cw SJ Oil.
Estate of Alexander Ilcars,dcccased.
T- ETTERS of Administration on the Estato of AIfx.hi
J der Mears.lato of Locust townsliip.Columbla rouu
tv. deceased, have been granted by tho Register of Co
lumbia county, to the undersigned, residing in Locust
township Columbia county, nil persons having claims
ngilust thu Estato of the decedent are requested to pro
sent them la tho Administrators, without delay, and all
persons indebted to make payment forthwith.
PETER K. 1IER1IEIN,
JOHN YEAOER, Jr.,
Aug. S3, 18G3.-GW 82 00. Mm'rs.
"I)Y virtue of sundry writs of Venditioni
JLJ Kiponas, to nio tliructcil, guntl out ot the Court
Estate of 11. 11. Holland, dee d.
ETTEHS of administration on the
Estate of II, II. Hogilnnd, Into of Locust twp ,
Columbia county, deceased, Havo been granted oy tlio
Regi-ter of Columbia county to the undursigued ; nil
persons having claims against tho estate of thu dece
dent arc requested topruseiitthem to tho administrator
at his residence in said township, without delay, and
all persons indebted tu make pajment forthwith.
1 P K. 1IER11E1N, Adm'r,
August 8, 1803-Gw. S- 00.
Eitu'c oj Peter Whitenight , deceased.
J ETTER'S of Ad Ministration on tho
g j Lstate of Peter Whitenight, Into of Hemlock twp
Columbia co.. Pa., deceased, havu been granted by tlm
Register of Culiimbia co., to Atnsy Wliitenight, Mary
U'lnteiiight, of Hemlock township, Columbia county,
norcnli lirivl nf I till III d ngllillst tile SttltQ of tllO llcc'll.,
Iird icqui'sieu l" pri-Beni ..tv-o, . n, ,. ,... ,.-'
llieir residence iii said touu.liip, wilhotit delay, and
nil pctbOiis Indebted to make payment forthwith.
1 . AMSY VVIIITENICIIT.
Ilcmlockiwy., July 1, lFf3-Kw.x
LIST OF CAUSES
POR BEPTEMIinR TERM, 1S0U.
I Philip Winlersteen vs Valentino Wintcrstecn.
U Henry Wells vs George Kinlcy.Jr
3 Jacob P.ycr vslAbraham Klase.
4 Abraham KlasovsJocob Eyer.
5 Dayid Leo et at vs S.-tmui I L llcttlc
G Daniel l'Scbcrt vs Joseph Ceusil.
7 Elijah McMurtrio et nl vs Christian Wolf,
ti John II. ilrow n et nl vs Leonard II Rupert.
II Sniuuci Ritteiihender vs Silas I) Edgar.
It) James Hording vs Ellas lleere.
11 Loui'a Oowau vs Elizabeth Dallus.
PJ Jacob Harris vs Peter Jacoby.
13 Jacob lloud vsTilman Nagle.
1 1 (leorge Hughes ct nl vs J VCriswcll el al.
1.1 Daniel Reltibnldvs Michael Cruver.
II! Itusrel P. Stoker vs Win Ikelcr.
1? W A Kline vs ti W llnirmnii it al.
18 Rebecca Vandcrslicovs (leorgo I'odson.
ID N L Cntlipbcll vs Samuel Johnson
SO David J Waller vs Wm J llngenbucli.
ttil Pr.inkliit Longeubergcr, Adiu'r. vs Chriatia:i Wolf
2'2 D F Setburt vs neuben Nicely.
'23 II P Ilcighard it Urn. vs Silas D Edgar.
121 David J Carey vs Marta i. Hut.
23 W A Kline vs R W Holl'iimn.
2li Joseph F Long vs Isaac 1) Patton.
'JT Enos L Adams vs I) I'Sc)bertet al.
2!) Charles II iless et al vs Stephen Wolf
30 Joseph Ilartmaiivs Reuben I, ins.
31 John Uiggcr vs Richard II Mcnngh.
For September Term, 1803,
Rlooin Charles G. Rarkley,
llenton Stult E. Cdllcy.
Ilerwlck Uorough Michael Frautr., Ceo. A, Ream.
Ilriar Creek tieorgo M. Honor. Ephrnim Evans.
Ci litre David K. acloan, riiilip Miller.
t'atau issu Jnsepn llreisrh, Nathait Ilclwig.
Con) ugliaiii John R. Kline, Jr.
Franklin Reiiboi. Knittie.
Oreeuwood S.'iiunel R Albcrtson.
Hemlock William Ejcrly.
Locust John .llcnsrh, William llolwig.
Montour Emanuel Lazarus.
Mltllln Ileniy Heller.
Madison Jacob (.irtou.
Mains Washington 1'Mher, William Miller.
Orange James II, Harinan.
Pine lUrnm Shultr..
Sugarlonf Alexander Ilea?,
with tho spirit due tho
I lit-reference to tho terms of thu New York Weekly
News it will bo noticed Hint it is by far the cheapest
newspaper in thu World, anu 1110 rroprietor leeis mat
ho may Invite thoso who approve of its principles and
conduct to u-e their infli.unoe iu adding to its present
NEW YORK WEEKLY NEWS.
ElOIIT PACES, FORTY COLUMXS.
Issued Every Saturday, Tor Ono Year Ono Dollar.
Eleven Copies to one Address Ono Year Ten Dollars,
Single Copies. THREE CENTS.
TIIE NEW YORK DAILY NEWS.
A flmi rtass Mctrnnolitnn Journal, devoted to Pence
mid Constitutional Liberty, and containing nil tlio news
.of tho day, Political, Telegraphic, Commercial and
Local, is tho cheapest dally paper in mo metropolis.
Tebms.-Oiio Copy, Ono Year, SIX DOLLARS.
Ono Copy, Six Months. THREE DOLLARS.
Single copies. TWO CUNTS.
CJ- Addrosi I1ENJAMIN WOOD. Editor and Pro
tietor. No. Ill City llnll Square. N. Y.
August 13, lbU3. tf.
will quickly nroduco a healthy action In both liver nnd
stomach, and, ns a natural consequence, a clear head
and good appetite.
WEAKNESS OR DEBILITY INDUCED UY OVER
Will soon disappear by tho usonf these Invaluable
Pills, and tho Soldier will quickly acquire additional
strength. Never let tho llowcls bs cither confined or
unduly acted upon, It may seem strange. Ihnt llol
Inuav's Pills should bo recommended for Dysentery
and Flux, many persons supposing that they would
increase tho relaxation. This is a great mistake, for
theso Tills will correct tno liver nnd stomach, and thus
remove nil tho acrid humors from tho system. This
mcdirino will glvo tono and vigor to th whole organic
system, however deranged, while health and strength
follow as n matter of course. Nothing will slop tho re
laxation of tho Uowcs so sure as this famous medi
VOLUNTEERS, ATTENTION 1 INDISCRETIONS OF
1UU 1 11,
Gn,n, nnd tTfret-!. Plotcllcs nnd Stt elllnrft. en n u-lll.
coitninty bo radically cured. Ifthc Pills are taken night
and morning, anu uinununi o iruei, ufi-h us staieu in
the printed Instructions. If treated in any Mher man.
ncr. they ury up in ciiu pan . uieiiK ,,u. m uuoinor
herons this Ointment will rumovn tho humors from
the sy item, and lent o the Patient a vigorous and healthy
man. It will requlro a llttlo pcrseveratico in bad ca
ses to I ii -one it lasting cure.
POR WOUNDS EITHER OCCASIONED RY THE
IIAYONET 8AIIRH. OR Till! 1IULI.ET, eOSEd
To which every Soldier and Sailor are liable, there
aro no medincs so safe, sure, and convenient, ns llol
loway's Pills and Ointment, The wounded and almost
dying siUI'ercr might lmvu Ills wounds dressed Imme
diately, If ho would only provido himself with this
matchless Ointment, which should bo thrust into tbo
wound nnd sm' ured all round it, then covered with a
nli. n- nf linen from his knapsack nnd compressed with
a handkerchief. Talking, night and morning, tlorS
Pills, to cool tho system nnd Prevent iMllamatMiii.
l'.veiy Soldier's Knapsack anil Seaman's Chest should
bo provided witu tiicsu viuuuuiu ueuiDiues.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO-
WabiiinOton, Aug. 18.
A dispatch Was received this morning
by tlio Government, announcing that tho
bombarmcnt in Charleston harbor, on Sat
urday, was awful, and that tho firing from
Oilinoru's land batteries on Morris Island,
and from the monitor, woro chiolly diroo
tod against Sumter. Tho combiiiod land
and naval force of the Federals seems to
A dispatch from Warsaw via. Capo Raco
slates that, iu pursuanco of orders from
St. Pettorsburg, Russia, a Council of War
had been held itl that city.
New York, Aug. IS). The draft for
this city, commences to-day. All U quiet.
San Franc jsco, Aug. 10. T:ho Da
ring, frosi Now York,arrivod on the 10th,
bringing aiargo quantity of war material
for tlio Government, including ono 11-inch
gun, 330 barrels of gunpowder, and 1,000
J. WKICHSELBAUitf, "
Estate of Henry Smith, dcciasul.
T ETTERS Testamentary
of Common Picas of Columbia county, will be expo-ed
to public snto on MONDAY, SRPTCMIIEIt 7T'H, l?U3,
- nn., n..,n.i- .. , .,, ii,dr,.. n,-...., I,, m. ...... t....
stones, clubs, &o. And that thoy hailed tho following real ti'stato to win
canister amonc the rctreatinr? enemv "of ' A11 tliat curtai lot of ground situate in
uiBttr aiming till rctrcailllg enemy ai pri,lrcrcek township. Columbia county, containing Ave
the rate of a bushel a minute." We pub- ' ,"".r" n.r le-"' u"l""1,c'1 118 tdintv. to wit : on
,. , 1 thu west by tho mam road, on tlio north by n public
lifh from tho Toledo lilade a verv craDhio ""li on ,hu 'astami south by lands ur iieuben miiiit,
J a V whereon nro erected a good frame duelling house, u
stable, nnd a large tannery, an under root ami t-niioscd,
with running water iu the building, with the appurto-
skett.'h of tho chargo and repulse.
Col. Freeze has for Balo, at tho Re
corder's Office, llloomsburg, Fifty Copies
of 'Shoppards's Constitutional Test Rook,'
rceommendiid by the best judges and .law
yers of tho country, for tho use of the
public, Different editions come at from
75 cents, to SI ,25.
lie has been iuducjd to send for them
bcoauso they have been so frequently in
quired after. They aro the samo edition
he uses in his speeches. Call and buy ono.
cay The Centro Dsmoeratic Club, An
drew Freas in tho Chair, met ut Fowlers
School House, August 1 Oth in the evening.
Tho attendance was large and enthuni
astic. The meeting was addressed by Col.
Freeze and E. 11. Littlo, Esq'r3.
Tho Democracy of Ccutro is up and
awako, and will givo a
herself at tho October election. Thoy
ask only for a fair field and no favor.
Seized taken iu execution and to be sold as tho prop
erty of Henry Traugh.
At tho samo timo and place, all that cer
tain lot of ground, situate in IMiiilinville, Mifflin town
I ship, Columbia County, containing about two acres,
more or less, bounded ns follows, to wit : On the north
by grounds of John Heller and Samuel Creasy, on thu
I east by a street, on the south by n lot of Charles Hess,
. and on the west by lot of Charles Werkluiser, nil of
I which Is under a good fence and in a high state uf cul
tivation. Seized, taken in execution and to bo sold as the pro
, pcrtyof Washington Fox
I JOSIAII 11. FURMAN, SirrdT.
I Fiiemrr's Orncf, j
I llloomsburg, Aug. VI, leG3.
tho estate of Henry
Smiii, Inn, of iidiiton townshln. Columiiia county,
deceased, havo been granted by the Register nl Hills,
i.c, lotbi- undersigned alto residing in mid township,
all persons having i minis ngsiiixt the estate of the de
cedent nro requested lo present them to tho executor i.l
his rnsidcuti in said township, without delay, and all
persons ihdibtedlo make paj un lit forthwith
WILLIAM Still II,
Juno CO, ltf,3-nw. 31
ADMIN I STRATOR'S NOTICE.
Estate of Henry Wanich, dee'd.
ETTERS of administration on tlm cs-
ist.ite of llenrv Wnnirli, Into nf llloom lnwnslilp.
cnii.nihi.i enoiiiv. deceased, havo been granted by tho
r cnui rnnniv in the the undersigned who ru
sides in the -nmo tow nhip I nil persons having claims
against tho estate oftho decedent aro requested to pre
sent them to the administrator at hn residence w.tli
out ilclny, and nil persons Indebted to mako payment
Juno 50, lRC3-nw. $J
JACOB WANICH, Adm'r.
Estate of Sarah StcvMtton, dee'd.
T ETTEHS of administration
B i Estato at Surah Sttentoii
late of thu
Stato ,f New
E. & H. T. ANTHONY,
MANUFACTURERS OF PIIOTOO RAPI1 IC
M AT 13 RIAL 8,
001 II roadway, New York,
i-jf. ..Hinnrlv li-liic In Columbia Co.. Pa., decls
i i..,i I.,. tin, tteeister of Columbia ru,
... ' ui. i.,.,i ii.,, nf MadiMjii townshln, Columbia
rountv. nersons having claims against tho estato of
?.n.l ..... rnnlli'.llt, In nrOkl'llt tllOIll tO tliOnOt-
..,l,,l,',n, nl ln reilldellCC 111 said tOWIIslliP, Wl tllOll
I ilclny, and all persons indebted to mnlio payment forth
",,n ,.miniilinelo1T A.l,i.
mi,ii,ii.' ....... u - , ...-
June '.'0. 1803-Gw 2 00.
thousand dilferent subjects (to it Inch additions are con- I t i,r itenvor iiovn.lilo. Columbia inuiilv
lliiuully being made) of I'ortrnits f Iholnent Aiueri- d ','.,6Cli lavo been grnnted by -ho RegUtor of Wills
... .. a ,-lw T. .lnlnr.f:nn.rflla. Hill llrlf. .f)e,l,.rnlu. mviv..b- ,- , , I.. ..nl.l M.o..n
'Jj'J Colonels, g-l I.ieut.-I'olouels, '.'07 other Officers, bo
to the iindcrsigued ul.o residing in said Beaver
' Navy Olliccrs,52j Statesmen, HI Divine, 111! Authors, )" .',,
COOd aCCOUllt Of SO Artists, Hi Stuge. 4U Proiiiinent Women, H7 Prom- ltor , uit residence iu said townslilp, with
,l. iiermins hnviiiL' clniiiii, nuaiiut the cs
decendeiit am itqiiested in present them to
inent Foreign Portraits
y,500 Copies of Works of Art,
Including reproductions of tho most celebrated Engra
vings, Paintings, Statues, itc. Catalogues scut on re-
BQJ A loiter from tho army to us has l our catalogue win bo fined on receipt of i.to, uud
sent uy man, utu.
out delay and all persons indebted lo iiiaau payment
f0f,"""- rETER ECKROTII,
Juno 13, Iffi3-Cts, Executor
tho following paragraph :
''Tho meu actually believed MoClellail
to be in chief command ; and when tho
cavalry commenced fighting iu tho dis
tanco tho wholo lino commenced shouting.
"ThcTO comes MoClellan with reinforce
roents!'' Said an oflicer in rallying his
brigado ; ''Men ! you aro fighting under
MeClollau now." At that magio namo
tho lino was reformed, and by a final cf
fort tho enemy wore repulosd nt that
0( theso wo laaHUfocture a great variety, ranging in
prico from 50 cents to gio each
Oar Albums havo the reputation or being superior in
beauty and durability to any others. Tho smaller
kinds can be scut pnlely by mail at n postage or .u
cents per iu. Tim more fipoiuivo can ho sent by cx-
PrtVualso keep a larfo assortment u.'Fterescopes and
Stercscoplc vinits. Our Catalogue, of .'.'; '!?
sent to any address on rceulpt of stamp, h. '
Antliony, Manufutturcrs of Photographic Matci.,ul
5U1 Uroadway, Now York
Friends or relatives of prominent military men will
confer a fator by sending us their likenesses to copy
They will be kept caic fully mid icturned uninjured.
Fine Albums made lo order for conjugations to pic
sent tn their Pastor, or for other itnrnos'js. with Bulla
I be Inscriptions, ir.
I tujust 603 Sm
i A LL persons Indebted to the late firm of Mller S?
I J r.mr. Merchants iu llloonn.burg, nru hereby notl-
NORTH CENTRAL RAILWAY.
Summer Time Table.
TWO TRAINS DAILY to and from the North and
West Ilrnnih Of tlm Susquehanna, Elmira, and all of
Northern New York.
ON nnd after Monday, April 20th IPCS' tha Passenger
Trains of ibo North Central Railway will arrito at
nnd depart from Sunbury, Hurrisburg. aud Baltimore
as follows, t in :
SOUTH tV A K D.
Mail Train leaves Sunbury dally (except
11 leaves llarrishurg,
" arrives at llaltimurc.
Express Train leaves Sunbury daily (except
leaves Harrisburg (except
' arrives at Raltimoro daily (ox
llarrishurg Accommodation leat cs' Harris-burg.
1 1.', p m.
11.07 p. in,
S.00 a. in.
For Septlmeer Term, 18G3.
Mown Hiram C Howcr.
Pcnlon David Yocum, Samuel Hess. John C Doty,
Ilriar Creek Joseph I. amen, Adam Suit.
Uoavcr Peter Eckront, Joel llredhcnder.
Il-ruich Ilorou.'h -Isaiah llowcr, Belli II Rownian.
Catnttissa Maybcrry Hughes, Abel 'Thomas.
Centre Elias Creasy.
Franklin Isaac Heudcrshot,
Pisbinir Creek William Whitcnisht.
fireenwood William E. Patterson, Samuel Eisner,
notion Kobbius, Laicn .Moore, jonn tiincK,
Hemlock Dr. Joseph R Evans, Jacksou Lcldy, Win.
Jackson Daniel Poust.
Locust Solomon Ye.iger, Wm Erttinc, Ellas Ilclwig,
joiiu tcnger, uenrv i.nuio.
Mn lie Samuel Fisher.
Madison John Fruit, Sr., John Stctler. Rethucl
Minim Jnhn ii licttter, Isaac snvior, tsam'l l.utz
tjrniiL'o-Alex. Hushes. David Achcnbuch. Daniel
Pine Israel Heath.
Roarine. Creek Jefferson Wiuterstccn, Adam Cabl.i.
Siott Daniel Snvder. Ilcnrf W. Crvasv. Teter Ent.
Sugarloaf Samuel Kitchen,
ESTATE OF ALEM MARR.
GOLUM1U.Q COUNTY, ss;
In tlio Orphan's Court of said county, internlia, it is
thus contained i
Writ of Partition and valuation of the Real bstatc of
Aleui Mnrr, deceased.
Anil now, .tiny Tin, leii.i, return or inquest cnnilrmed
absolutely, and un million of John (., Freeze, thu Court
grant a ruin on Chester C. Murr, William Marr, Chas.
.tlarr, Nelson .tiarr, lllram a. .Marr. Ilaihel Lverlnrt,
late Rachel Jiarr. and llairiet Van I.iuw, late Harriet
.Marr, children of A loin Mnrr, Into nf Scott township
in Coiuiubia county, deceased, to iinpenr at an Orphans'
Court, tn bo held ut llloomsburg, in and fur the county
of Columbia, on tlio first Monday to wit: Thu Till day
nf September next, nnd arcrpt or refuse the several
purparts of the said estate'ut the valuation placed upon
Hie said purparts by the Inquest or show rauu why tho
same should not bu sold agreeably to the act of As
sembly iu such cases made and provided. Personal
notice of the rulo to bo served upon all the parlies re
siding In Iho county, und six weeks publication of tlio
ruls prior to the return day thereof, to bu published iu
ono of tiie newspapers piiblihed in Itlooiiisourg, in said
county ; n paper containing the publication to bo scut
to each of thu parties nut of the county, each week du
ring tho publication uf the sumo tt hero tho residence
lly the Court.
Certified from the Records, Mny 10, 1663.
JACOB EYEHLY, Cl'k oro. C.
Per MlciiAtL F Eyirlv, Ass't.
Tho parties above named wiP tako noticoof thoabovo
rulo. J. II. FURMAN. Slitriff.
Sheriffs Office, llloomsburg, I
July II, IfctB. Ut. j
N O R T II W A R D,
Mail Train leaves llaltlmorc dailv fexcent
Sunday,) 9.15 a. in.
" leaves llarrishurg 1.15 p.m.
' arrives at Sunbury. d.01 "
Express Trains llaltimore daily, "15 "
' arrives at llarrishurg, 1.33 a.m.
leaves llarrisburg((xccpt Monday) 3.00 "
" arrives at Sunbury, 5.33 "
For further information apply at the Office.
Hurrisburg, Aug. 8, 1BC3.
CAUTION! None nrc genuine unless tho words
llollowns, New York and London " nro discernabic
m n Water-mark 111 ovcrl' leaf of tho book of directions
uround each pot or box ; thu same may plainly seen by
holding thu leaf to the light, A hunil"oiuo loward will
be given tu any one rendering such information as may
lean to tin) detection oi uuv tuiriy or panics counter
feiting the medicines or vending the same, knowing
tlicui to be spurious.
Sold nt manufactory ot Professor Ilnlloway, PO
Miadon Lane. New York, and by all respectable Drug
istsand Dealers in Medicine, throughout tno clvilzud
world, in boxes at25 cents, and ?1 each.
(3-'l hero Is considerable saving by taken tho larger
N. Il.-Dlrections for tho guidance of patients In every
disorder tire affixed to each box,
June 20, Ifc'U3, y.
OPTICIAN, FROM PHILADELPHIA
3 espeetfuli y informs the good citizens of
llllooinsbur""nnd vicinltv that lit lias onerrrd n
itor-in nt tho Exchange Hotel, where he offers fur sale
Of every taricty, size and quality. A new invention
of Spectacles, tr distant or close reading, with gold
silvei, steel, awn torlhlse-shell frames and a new and
Improved nsortnient of perifocal and parabola ground
Hint Classes of bis own manufacture, lie would par
tlculiirly call the ntteutinu of thu public to his r-peitac
les for Nenr Sighted Persons, and for persnnswlio havu
been operated upon for the uitarait uf the ojo, and lo
Ills new Kind nf Clarses and f.'onscrteis of the sight,
mada of the Hint and n.ufo Clnm.-s. flood Classes may
bu know n by their shape, exact centre, sharp and high
ly poli.hed surface. The qualitius arc to bu found ill a
high degrco iu his Classes.
HIGHLY IMPORTANT i
Very best Rrazilllan Pebble and Rock Crystal, so ml
crsany proved to tie far siiperier to liny other Class.
ALSO. Microscopes. Snv and tluizziiie Ulasses of
eucrysite and quality, Telescopes, Magnifying nnd
Opera Classes, Willi different powers, together with
every variety ofatticlcs in the Optical lino
t'piicuiiinu oincr instruments nimuiasscs care
fully repaired at short notice. He can always select
Classes tu suit tho vision of tho person, ns he sees
them, upon the first trial. Ho will remain in this placo
durinii September Court, und those in want of the above
articles will please give him a call. Tho very best eye
water nnd the best Hunting Classes always for sale.
lllUSl lit. icuj.
CHITON'S ClIRAP HAT STORE
Another A rival ol' C!ooIs.
Now is Your Time to Buy.
CHEAPER THAN EVER,
THE undersigned having bought nut tho Grocery o
David Stroun, has removed his Hat and Cnp Store
up to Stroup's old stand, whsru in addition to u supe
rior assortment of
SPUING AND SUMMER
XI Hats and Caps, pif
Comprising every sort, sizo and quality, which will ba
sold at unusually low prices, he will continue the Crn
cuiy and Notion business us carried oil by .Mr. Slroap,
Also A tine lot of U IDS, M0110t,EOS and Lininos to
which he invites the at cntion of Shoemakers uud the
JOHN K OIRTON.
llloomsburg, May 30, 1603
TIIE FMILY SOAP MAKER.
THE public sro cautioned against the purloiis nrlic.
les of lye for making soap.&c, now offered for sale
The only genuine and patented lye is that made by tho
Pennsylvania salt luanul.ictiiiiug company, their trndn
mark for it being "Sapoulfier or cunceiitrated lye."
The great success of this uiticlo has led utipriiicipalcd
parties to endeavor to imitate it, in violation of the
All manufacturer, buycrsor sellers of tho spurious
lyes, aro hereby notified that the company have em
ployed as their Attorneys,
Guorgo Harding. Esq., of I'hila., and
"William Rakcwcll, Esq , of Pittsburg.
And that all manufacturers, users or sellers of lye,
in violation of thu rights of thu Company, will bo ptos
eculvd at once.
or concentrated lye, is for sale by
cers and Country Stores.
New Clothing Store.
LATEST SYLES CAEAP GOODS
r HE undersigned respectfully Informs his. friends
and tlio nublic ccncrallv. that lie has lust received
from tho Eastern cities, a largo assortment of
AND SUMMER CLOTHING.
Tresh from the seat of fashion, of nil sorts, g In
qualities, which will bu sold cheap for cash or
HATS & CAPS HOOTS & SHOPS.
Together with a variety of notions and things tod
troublCbOiin to enumerate, to which he invites tho at
tention of purchasers, can and examine.
a j i.i .mo,
Pdnotiiidiurg, May 3. 1PG3.
all Draggists, Cro-
TAKE NOTICE !
The United States Circuit Court, Western district of
Penusjlvanin, No, 1 of May term, in ICi.vi. in suit of
the Pennsylvania salt manufacturing cmnpniit, vs.
Tlios. C, Cliiiso decreed to tho Co i puny on November
l.'.. im-' tlm Cxcttisivo rlebt "ranted bv a patent otvnd
by them for the Snponiller. Patent dated October ill.
lcM. Perpetual Injunction awarded.
127 Walnut Street, Philadelphia,
Pitt St. nnd Duquunso Way, Fittslurg
Aug. 13, ieti:i, 3m.
Jlato Lost! How Restored! !
r..,i iii ihn Honks. Notes uud Accounts ct sniu urui
nro in the Storo for collection, ami must bu settled by
tho llrst of October, tt ithoul respect lo thoso eoiicernod,
MILLER & EV1.R.
RIooinsburg. August 13, 1503
A Jaurncitiian Blacksmith
S wanted inunediatclv, h tho undcrsignod, nt his
Shop in lluck Horn, lloinlock township, a good Jour
neyman lllucksmilh, to whom constant employment
(,nd liberal wage- iU be givei
lluck Iloin, Aug 8, 16f-350'
"T'oir S:ilc Cheap A first rnto Rook
Case and S'lctctnty eonibincd-apriy 1" J O rREEZU
HjovmrbuiK AuguivU, lc3
CAME into tho enclosuro of tho subscriber, soma
three months fince, in Mi Him township, Columbia
Large jilace Hog,
ni..,..n,,.l t ..il, nt.iil 111 II, a . nnd id ill
SsfcSfesS good condition. The owner is requcstd to
pruvo property, pay charges uud take mm uwayornc
will be suld uciurding to law.
Til OS, U. SWEl'PENIIISER
Aug. 8, ie03.-3wSl.00
Columbus Male nml Female Academy,
R. 8. IIINOIIAM, A. M.. rnntipal,
MRS. S. E. IIINOIIAM. Preceptress.
rpH E next Term o1" this Institution will cuiuincMce on
X tho Third Mono , of August lust. Students will
llnd It an ndvnutag i : nuprci,eiit nt thecoiiiniencement
of the Term,
Tuition, from gl i fjfl per term.
. E" Hoard from 'it SO to gi UD per week, Oood
rooms lor thoso wishing lo board thcinseltcH.
For further partiiulars inqulru of tho Prlnclpa'. or
il L.CHAl'IN. Treasurer,
or JOHN KOONS, Secretary.
New Columbus, Aug 8. 1CU3. Sin
Just published in a scaled Envelope : Prire 0 tts BS
A Lectura on the Nuturo, Treatment, and Radical
'A. Cure nf Spermatorrhoea or Seminal Weakness,
Sj.micI Debility, Ncrvousuuss. and Involuntary Emis
sions, inducing Impotcitcy, Coiisuuiptioii, and Mental
Phyolcat Uebilily, by Robert J. Culverwell, M. D.
The Important fact that tho awful consequences of
solf-abii.s may bo efl'uetually reuiavuil Without internal
medicines or tho dangerous application of caiiettcs, in
struments, medical bougies, and oth -r empirical devl
ces, is hero clearly demonstrated, and the entirely new
and highly successful treatment as adopted by the cel
ebrated author, futlv oxnlained. bv means of which
every onu is enabled to euro himself perfectly, nnd at
Hie least possible cost, thereby avoiding oil tlio adver
tised iioitruuis of thu day, This lecture will prove a
boon to thousands aud thousands,
CHAS. J. C. KLINE, & Co;
137 Uroadway, Now Vork, Post Ollico box, 15;.
Aug. 13. Itli3. (Nov, 1, leCS.)
II. C. II O W E R,
RrSPP.CTFULLY offers his profess
ional services tn tho ladius uud smutlu-
men of Idnomsburg nml vicinity, He is
prepared to attend to nil tho various
operations in the. lino of his tirofossion.aud is provided
withtho latest Improved POA'CYf.V TKKTU; which
will bo inserted on gold, platlua, silver uud rubber bate
toiooHweii us tno natural teetu
Mineral plate nud block teeth manufactured and all
operations on teeth, carefully and properly attended to.
Residence and office a few doors ubove thu Court
House, samu side.
RIooinsburg, June.l. l-6'..
fj UMBRELLAS, SUN UMBREL
JjAS and I'AUASUiiS,
Nos. 2 & 4 N. 4th St., PIIILA'D.
March 7, 18C3-3in.
MISS ELEONCRA j, lesouer,
WILL open a Select School in tho Rascmciit of tho
Reformed Church, in llloomsburg, oil Monday,
the Tenth of August, ltiG3. Thu School will ba divided
into three classes, vk:
rMM.1HY Including children Just commencing, price
per Uuarter of 11 weeks, 91 IK).
AT.'ft.VEBMr.'-liicluding Reading, Writing, Spell.
ing, and those commencing fleography, Craiumnr.
nnd Written and Mental Arithmetic, prico per
Uuarter, S3 00.
i7c7: Including Reading, Writing, Spelling, Cram.
mar, Ceography, HUtory of thu United States, and
Written und .i.eiilal Arithmetic, SI 00.
Lessons in tho Ornamental branches, viz : Italian
and Crucian Oil Painting, Drawing, Needle-work, etc.,
at extra charges.
Persons wishing to havo Hair-Work iloae, such ns
Hob and Hoard Chains, Rings, or Ear-Drops, can bo
Bloninsbiirc, Pa., Aug. B, ieC3-2m
PETER YOIIE it SON,
TT AVE recently opened n HOOT AND SHOE SIIOF,
tl in LIC IFF STREET, Columbia county. Pa., and ntf
prepared lo do thu bust work on the shortest notice nLt'
at the lowest prives,
April 11. lHi,:l.
Civo them a call.
The Old Guard.
A Monthly Journal, devoted to the Prin-
"a ciplos of 1770 and 1787. Dcsicned to unmask tho
Usurpation, Despotism nud Crimes of this
AHUIiIl'lOiN AJJjUliNlSl K T1UjN,
And to defend the doctrines of Stales lilrthts, and o
Constitutional Liberty, as held by our Revolutionary
Published by C. CIIAUNCEV BURR & Co., 119 Nns
snu street. Now York.
Piiice. Single numbers 13 cents. Forwarded hy
mail or express to nil parts of the United Stales ut Si
a year, in advance. Any person sending ten subscri-
Iters nut receive an ouuiiionsi copy tor ono year.
juiy it, icoj,
CATTAWISSA Rail-Road COMPANY
Willlamsport. April 11, 18U3.
On and after Monday. "0th lust. Passoeger trains
will pass II u pert as follows :
I'll H u. .Mail, rues uupen
Arriving nt l'hlla, at
Phlia Etpress Pass Rupert
Arriving at Phlla at
nnd ntNew Vork at
Niagara Express. Pass Rupert
arriving nt tVllliainsport at
Elmira Muil pass Rupert
arriving nt Williaiurpurt at
II. STANLEY COOUWIN.
CIGARS' Sc TOBACCO.
A large assortment of choice Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes'
JTL 1 runs, t ontertioncry and Notions cencrnlty,logeil. i
cr with u full stock of II ATS and CAPS, constantly on j
hand nnd for sale cheap, at tho "Uloomsburg Hat & Cap
JOHN IC, CIRTON,
Doomsburg, March Id, lfCl.
DISSOLUTION OF PAUTNEItSllIP.
rfIlE co partnership heretofore existing between tho
J. undersigned, ti.idingiind Merchandlilng In Main
ville, Culumbiacnu ly, under tno llrm of Iteigliard &
Nuss, was dissolvi d un the 15th of Juno, 1863, by mu
tual consent. Tin Hooks, Notes. Aecounts, ic of tho'
late linn, are now In the hands of Mr. Reighard, In the
Store, for Immcdiai- settlement. All persons tnteree
td will please call and settle,
OEO. P. REIGHARD,
Msiavllle-Auc f l'-C3 -Uw S.' 00.
BRICK FOR SALE 1
THE uddcrsigned lias on hand a lot of will Rurncd
Urick of gnat vuriety for sale. All persons who
wish good brick should apply at once,
rjy TERMS CASH.
EOUERT U. ARTHUR,
llloomsburg, July, 25. Ita-lii,
HOW TO AVOID THE DKAFT.
Pill, undersigned wants a few more good Agents to
X canvass Columbia. Luzerne and Montour counties,
for the Susqtirhaiinu Nurseries locuted ut Sulinggrove.
Snyder county, Pa. .And for this purpose be willac
rept of a few volunteer Agents to "fill tbo quota." All
necessary laformauun, books, papers --c , can ba had
by addressing J. I FRANK
V7' Afplitations must bs msdr nnrnediatelv
bellni.;tove. Ts . Aut 9.1c6J-3'V $1 00.
STILZ & HARTLEY, .
Consolidation Dank llulldiug,
G20 irorit Third Street between
P II 1 1, A I) E I. ? II I A.
Juno 20, 1803 Jy.
(Lato Whlto Swan,)
RACE STREET, ADOVU THIRD
i D. C. SIEGRIST7 ruontiETon.
1 Formerlifiom Bile Hotel Lebanon, Pa
T, V. Rl'lOADS, t-'tiBK,
March .t, Ic03-P.'m.
J. I-. ttYLR. MOVER.
New Drug Store,
WHOESALE & RETAIL.
THE undersigned would inform their friends nnd tho
public generully.that they hn taken the stand for
merly occupied by tluo. ,tl. llai'Liibtiih, iu tlio Exchange
lluilding, un JInin street, iu llloomsburt, where he lias
Jut received a full supply of
WriiSfi, i13tnciucs, Paints, Oils,
Which will bo sold on inodernto terms for ready pay.
AIsoNOTIONS generally, of it cry variety, sortand
B'"hyiplans' prescriptions carefully compounded, at
all times and tin short notice.
tv Confectionery of the best selections, and roda
Water iu season.
CJr- A share of the public custom is respectfully so
licitcd. EVER Sl .MOVER.
Cloonisburg, April 11, 1FC3
Priuter, Ilookbinilcr d nankhook
.17 ANU FA C T U R E R,
WllOt-tSSLE ASB IU.T.-..I, DEALFR IS
PRINTINO. Will I I N" AND WRAI'PINt. TAPERS
AOIM toa'IIIKCATAWISSl 1'AI'I.B MIU.-!.
Main Streit. first doorb' low tlm Public Spuaro.
Nov. M, 1c01-12hi,
DAUGAIXS IX STATI0AUY.
2,500 Orosi Slfrl JVas, 600,000 ?trc lllank looU
850,000 Kvtlr", Sldte-s, Ink, Cuitniii h. Wrapping
paper, Pass buuks. Lead-IVncils. Cold-Pens, very fine,
School books visiting Cnrds, &r a large portion of
which is lock purchased before the risu ill prices and
uow silling Low ion cash,
Wm. g. puiut;;
u IP cor ''".""elletfc btalioncr
Match 7. 163-3 ...o- 'V I'Madtl
STOVE, AND TIN-WARF SIIOl
rih Pill! undersigned would inform tlio citirens o
tPjJ I lllooinsburg and vicinity, that lie hs,sjust to
elved nnd offers for sale one of the must extensive,
assortments of CHOKING and FANi v stovisi
ever introduced into this market. The Christopher tj"
mnl.iK Ini.,a llol.hnn.l ninl u n.n V.'i'1. v I
BLANK DEtlDS &. AltRlAGE CER- cooking Stove..ll of whliliaroalr-tlghUndaVb
TTTJ'TnA'FII'C! Parlor stoves are handsome and tho as-tlni,. ..:
llDitAiil.b rled. ALSO-Particular attention rntd to Tiv.v'
A superior lot of tlio above articles, " "J?J '? ";lF,'u: l " 1 J111 niti: Ail kiVds "r
with all otW kind of Blank, for lc at '
hv office of tlie C olumbia Deraoorat Bioomsbur: mv io tfw mu? B' Wyer